If you have a complaint about your landlord in Singapore, there are several options available for you. Depending on the nature of the issue, you can file a complaint with different authorities.
If you live in a Housing and Development Board (HDB) flat, you can file a complaint with the HDB. They regulate public housing and ensure a comfortable living environment. For private properties, you can file a complaint with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) if the issue relates to building defects or structural safety.
If you have a complaint about your landlord’s business practices or services, you can file a complaint with the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE). They help consumers resolve disputes with businesses.
If you have a dispute with your landlord related to the tenancy agreement or rent payment, you can file a claim with the Small Claims Tribunal (SCT). They handle small claims disputes between parties in Singapore.
When filing a complaint or claim, provide as much information as possible, including any supporting documents or evidence. Keep copies of any communication with your landlord and any attempts to resolve the issue before filing a complaint.