Room rent KL
The very term used when in a tenancy of a room is room rental. This implies a very clear rule that the property is not owned by us to use as we please. Renting a room or renting a house requires us to keep the ethics when renting. Yes, we have paid a sum for the deposit, but that does not mean that we want the deposit to be wasted to pay for all the damage done to the room we’re renting.
Here we note there are some conditions that may be imposed by the landlord or the landlord may rent to rent (sublet)
(1) Prohibition in changing the structure of the property.
This is the most basic of which is prohibited when we rent rooms – or house. This makes perfect doesn’t it? If you are renting a room, you wouldn’t want any sort of renovation by your tenant that would change the initial structure of the property, definitely without your consent. It also includes bits of where you .
In no way we are favoring landlords or owners, but we think that it’s great if you can save your money from penalties incurred by unnecessary actions. Why would you? Remember – there are always rules in room for rent
(2) Prohibition on bringing back someone of the opposite sex.
That’s right, now it’s a trend to bring back your partner back home – in Malaysia of course. We are not trying to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong from the perspective of the norm in Malaysia- it is your sole decision and your rights of choice. However, if you have been told by the landlord, not to bring anyone back home – in your rented room, then what you should do is just abide by the rules in room for rent to avoid any unnecessary confrontation. Easy. Which in our view, the landlord has done his duty to prevent any unwanted incidents from happening. Not just that, there may be housemates who are not comfortable with that particular action!
( 3 ) Bringing in visitors to over stay in your rented room
Well this is very common. It’s a mutual understanding and stated in the contract even in most instance that the amount paid for the room you rent are subject to only you and you alone. Which basically means, yes you can bring in visitors to stay over, but no such thing as illegal tenancy. This is particularly tricky if you’re renting the room with another roommate. It becomes really uncomfortable if the room is meant for only two people – in this case perhaps only you and your roommate – but you brought in another person to stay there. Well with the consent of your roommate maybe a day or two is probably okay – but with your intention to illegally let your friend live there – that isn’t right. First rule of room sharing/flatsharing – respect your housemate or roommate.