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What happens after a tenancy agreement expire with no reaction from either the landlord or the tenant?

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asked on Oct 19, 2021 at 22:56
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I am currently a tenant in an apartment in Selangor and while I began tenancy under a 1+1 tenancy agreement, which expired 4-5 years ago, to no reaction.
I have been in contact with the owner occasionally and paid all my dues on time so, while the agreement is expired, the tenancy has been peaceful.

I have read some articles that claim that after a fixed term tenancy agreement expires, it becomes a month-to-month tenancy, that either party can interrupt with almost no notice. But, I have also read that actually, it reverts to being a regular contract in which both party must have their right protected as if the contract had never ended.

In short: Now that there is no active tenancy agreement, What are my and my landlord's obligations?

Thank you in advance!
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answered on Oct 20, 2021 at 21:35
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edited Oct 20, 2021 at 21:47
by   jeff005
tenancy agreement expire with no reaction from either the landlord or the tenant?

Who do you think will be the loser in the end in the event of any changes in ownership or disputes?

Ini adelah penyakit masyarakat Malaisiya, keduadua pihak pandai buat bodoh dan tidak apa attitude. It is time for the rakyat to change their attitude and progress with the quality of life..

It is the same with car repossession issues.
The Hirer could not afford due to the pandemic, did not contact the bank and then the bank did not "chase" for the payments.

Suddenly at the traffic lights, the car repossessors stop the car to carry out a mission. Whose fault then? Who is paying for the cost of repossession, cost incidental to repossession process and cost of storage which is allowed for, by virtue of the Hire-Purchase Act 1967?

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