sample tenancy agreement malaysia word format

A tenancy agreement is a legal document that outlines the terms and conditions of a rental property. It is a contract between the landlord and the tenant and specifies the responsibilities and obligations of both parties.

The following is a sample tenancy agreement in Malaysia, in Word format, made on November 18th,.

The agreement begins by identifying the parties involved:

- The Landlords, including their name, IC, and address
- The Tenant, including their name, IC, and address

The agreement then outlines the terms and conditions of the tenancy, including:

- The premises being rented, including all fittings and fixtures, located in Sabah, Malaysia
- The start and end dates of the tenancy, which is for a term of two years, starting on November 15th, 2013, and ending on November 16th, 2015
- The monthly rent of RM850, which includes maintenance charges
- The priority given to the tenant to continue the tenancy upon its expiry, subject to new terms and conditions
- The tenant's obligations, including paying rent on time, maintaining the Demised Premises, bearing the costs of electric current facilities, and not carrying on any noisy, hazardous, or offensive trade or business
- The landlord's obligations, including bearing the costs of major repairs to the Demised Premises, paying quit rents, assessment rates and taxes, and fully insuring the Demised Premises against the risk of loss or damage by fire
- Provisions for termination, notice, and dispute resolution
- The fixtures and fittings provided in the Demised Premises, including 2 units of 1.5 air-con, 2 queen size bed, 1 unit of 2 doors LG refrigerator, 1 unit Pensonic washing machine,  1 set of dining table 6-seaters, 1 unit 29” Sony Color TV, and 2 units of Wardrobe

This sample tenancy agreement provides a basic framework for a landlord and tenant to enter into a rental agreement. However, it is important to note that specific details may vary depending on the individual circumstances of the parties involved. It is recommended that both parties seek legal advice before entering into any tenancy agreements.