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BANGKOK 19 April 2019 18:12
MrBingley

Change mind day after signing rental contract

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Hello,

 

This is a long shot but is there any sort of cooling-off period for rental contracts? For example, if you sign and pay one day and then the next day, before moving in, you change your mind. Do you have any chance or right to get some of your payment back? I'm quite sure it's a definite no but would love to be proved wrong :-). 

 

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No, but try appealing to the landlords decent side, despite what your read on here there are decent ones out there.

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1 hour ago, smutcakes said:

No, but try appealing to the landlords decent side, despite what your read on here there are decent ones out there.

I figured as much Thanks anyways. 

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19 hours ago, MrBingley said:

is there any sort of cooling-off period for rental contracts?

Only if you wrote one into the contact specifically. You can put pretty much anything you want into a contract, as long as both parties agree and sign.

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I’ve already learnt that. I even had no key in my hand. Deposite was for quick work and making that Particular unit livable in one week. 

The landlord was very impolite and no deposit back even the day after. 

Mine was not a big money though, ฿3000.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, The Theory said:

I’ve already learnt that. I even had no key in my hand. Deposite was for quick work and making that Particular unit livable in one week. 

The landlord was very impolite and no deposit back even the day after. 

Mine was not a big money though, ฿3000.

 

 

I hope you had a word with the motorbike taxi boys, you know what I mean.😀

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Thai landlord......sorry I have spent it already.......same,same when you want your deposit back at end of contract.

regards Worgeordie

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11 minutes ago, marcusarelus said:

I have loaned money to numerous Thai people and always gotten it back with interest. 

Always...you need to buy lottery ticket your a very lucky man.

regards Worgeordie

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Getting your money back and Thailand should not be mentioned in the same paragraph. Have you ever had a tax rebate I’m 72 years old and I never have.

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