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Hi,

Thank you for your question!

Your only option is to compensate the tenant and come up with a figure that is acceptable for you both.

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Hi,

You may wish to have a good discussion with the tenant as I believe as long as the landlord is willing to pay some form of compensation, then the tenant would really consider about vacating the unit before the lease ends.

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Aaron
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Hi,

You need to honor the TA.

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Tobias Oei | Huttons
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Hi,

The tenancy agreement is binding on both the landlord and tenant. Both parties must observe all the terms in the tenancy agreement. If you wish to terminate the lease term, you must pay the tenant compensation for the unused lease term. In this case, the tenant has every right to stay until the end of the agreement.

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Mohamad Khalil

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