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asked on Mar 24, 2015 at 14:52
by   charles
Hi,

I am charles who rent a shop to do dimsum business.but my business not making enough money to survive.every month i need paid the rental and electricity bill myself.
I want to closed down my business because my financial cant afford to paid the rental and electricity bill. So i need breach the tenancy agreement with one month notice.i tell the landlord that forfeit my two months deposit but my landlord want forfeit my 2months deposit and want me to paid her rm13000 for penalty.
What can i do?I can't afford to paid her the rental how can i paid her the penalty?
What can i do if landlord sue me need me paid the remaining rental?

Tq appreciate if your can give me a advice
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answered on Mar 24, 2015 at 16:51
by   vkpc
but my landlord want forfeit my 2months deposit and want me to paid her rm13000 for penalty.
Is there a penalty clause in the rental agreement?
If yes, what does it say?
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answered on Mar 24, 2015 at 17:41
by   charles
In the agreement i saw that if tenant fail to complete the tenancy will forfeit my two months deposit.
Just show this.in the agreement dont have show tat i need paid the penalty to landlord.i ask landlord why penalty me rm13600.she say becoz her lawyer calculate out the amount need me to paid
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answered on Mar 24, 2015 at 21:30
by   vkpc
she say becoz her lawyer calculate out the amount need me to paid.
Ask her to ask her lawyer to print out and give you a copy of the calculation details then.
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answered on Mar 24, 2015 at 22:21
by   Read Again
My house (2+1) tenancy agreement has a clause.

The agreement stated that it has to complete 1 year otherwise not only the deposits are forfeited but has to pay the balance of the 1 year duration.

Not sure if commercial buildings have this too..
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