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Any negotiator experience this kind of situation? Tenant not allow the new purchaser to do final inspection before sign sales & purchase agreement. Do the new purchaser has the right to do so with current owner permission? Thanks. 

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The vendor should kaodim the tenant and allow the purchaser to view.

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The landlord/owner should further notice to the tenant about the inspection then allow the buyer to do inspection


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There will be a clause in the Tenancy Agreement between Landlord and Tenant that states Tenant should be cooperative and allow viewing appointments to happen few months before the Tenancy ends. Something along those lines. You can try getting the Landlord/Vendor to refer to that Tenancy Agreement, show it to Tenant, and talk things out nicely with them so they understand the need for a second viewing.Try not to make the Tenants unhappy, as they are still staying there and can sabotage the property before they leave. 

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unless something fishy is happening in the background, i have no problem on doing this :)

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Either the property condition is alarming 

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Tenant is being kiasu to try to drag it as long as possible / sabotage the deal so that tenant doesn't have to move out so soon.

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Yes, tenant saying that owner selling property not even his issue or responsibility to entertain. He feel being interrupt and the tenancy still got 6 months only expired. So what we suggest the tenant is to terminate the contract with mutual agreement between both parties. Owner agreed with that and tenant as well. Since it will create more problems for the new purchaser in the future if the tenant not so cooperative.

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same rice feed all kinds of people... we get to see all sorts of behaviours

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If mutual agreement can be achieved then case can be considered closed. 

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Yes. At least everyone satisfy for the outcome. New purchaser able to find new tenant and rent it out with higher rental; current owner no further headache and proceed with the S&P signing; while current tenant able to find better deal which he already got some condo in mind and ask us to search it for him. Happy Ending :) Thanks for all the recommendations.

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