Under the Landlords and Tenants Regulation (Consolidation Regulation) which came into force in 2004, the lessor has the right to remove premises after the expiry of a rental agreement. When the lease expires, the decision to renew it or not rests with the owner alone. The terms of the new lease are negotiated between the lessor and the tenant. In Hong Kong, rentals do not include incidentals. However, in some cases, these incidental costs may be included in the rental price at a limited price for incidental costs, and any fee above this amount may be the responsibility of the tenant. For more information on how to apply for Utilities in Hong Kong, please follow this link. Depending on the agreement on the alliance of a building in Hong Kong, pets may or may not be allowed in the building, although it is left to the discretion of the owner as to whether or not pets can be accommodated on the premises. Note that the prior agreement of the lessor is necessary if you bring a pet to the premises and be careful that a standard rental contract implies that the tenant must not make nuisances or nuisances to the owner or other occupants of the same building. Your landlord will usually inform you of the sale of the property. If no new agreement is reached between you and the new owner of the property, the terms of the existing lease apply.
Remember to determine if the previous owner or the new owner is responsible for refunding your deposit. 1.