A retail site in Doi Can Street is offered to other tenants. — Photo batdongsan.com Le Thu Cuc pastes a notice in her cafe to tell her customers she will continue serving them in a cafe 500m away. Cuc has worked in the location in a crowded alley in Hoang Hoa Tham Street in Ha Noi for more than three years and has lots of customers. But her relations with the landlord of the cafe are in tatters. The landlord didn’t give Cuc any support during the COVID-19 pandemic and simply told her: “There is no term in the contract that I should ease the rent for you.” Cuc has paid rent until the end of June, and after that, she’ll move her cafe. “I asked the new landlord to add one article that we should change the contract terms if there is another unexpected pandemic like this COVID-19,” she told Viet Nam News. “Others got support with a kinder landlord, I did not. However, I will take it as a lesson for future business that I need to oversee everything in the contract.” Cuc’s situation is still better than Thuy Nguyen’s, who rents a house in the Old Quarter… Read full this story
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