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Geryl Lim
Dear landlord,

Refer to your tenancy agreement signed as your rights as a landlord should be covered inside the tenancy agreement.

It is definitely an unfortunate incident, and usually in such cases, I will advise landlord that if the tenant is able to secure a tenant to takeover the rental premises with profile approved by landlord, let's just move ahead since there is no loss on landlord end. Tenants must also bear in mind that in the event that they fail to secure a tenant, they should be legally responsible to fulfill the minimum rental period in terms of rental amount to be paid. Work out a solution that is acceptable wherever possible.

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Aaron Chong
Hi, it is definitely a sad or rather a bad news for both tenant and landlord. For landlord's right and as per the TA, landlord does reserve the right to forfeit the 2 months worth of security deposit. However, some landlord would allow tenant to find replacement so as to get back their full deposit.

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