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3 Rental Issues - Continuous Late Payment By Tenant + Early Lease Cancellation By Tenant

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Rental law and the rights of landlords and tenants can be a minefield

SARS Says Many Taxpayers Fail To Declare Their Rental Income

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The 2019 tax filing season kicked off on Monday and SARS commissioner Edward Kieswetter made it clear that it is time for taxpayers

What Happens To Your Rental Deposit?

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It is common cause for any landlord in today's rental market to request a deposit

Does A Tenant’s Right Of First Refusal On The Property Fall Away When The Lease Is Renewed?

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A right of first refusal (also called a right of pre-emption) affords the holder of the right a preference to buy a property should the owner ever wish to sell

Does Landlords & Tenants Share The Responsibility For Repairs & Maintenance In Rental Properties?

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Tenant or landlord? There can be some confusion when it comes to who is responsible for which elements of maintenance on a rental property.

Ensure To Read And Understand A Residential Lease Agreement Before Signing

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A residential lease agreement is a legally binding document so tenants should ensure that they read and understand it before signing.

Is A Tenant Responsible For A Damaged Swimming Pool & A Neglected Garden Due To Water Restrictions?

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The City of Cape Town implemented Level 4B water restrictions on 1 July 2017. These very stringent water usage requirements necessitate that landlords

How Is The CPA (Consumer Protection Act) Applicable To Rental Agreements?

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The enactment of the Consumer Protection Act No. 68 of 2008 (CPA) introduced some far reaching changes to lease agreements for immovable property.

Rental Deposits - Know Your Rights

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Tenants need to protect their interests and make every effort to document the condition of the home at the time of occupation

What To Do When Your Tenants Does Not Pay Their Rent - What You Need To Know About The PIE Act

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It can be tempting for any property owner or landlord to consider simply kicking your non-paying tenant out yourself and change the locks when they have failed

 

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