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Does the CPA (Consumer Protection Act) apply to Residential Rental Agreements?

The confusion around how the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) applies to property rentals continues to be challenged in courts

Early Residential Lease Termination: What Tenants and Landlords Need To Know

Lease agreements are an integral part of the tenant-landlord relationship, providing a framework for a secure and stable living arrangement.

Residential Property Landlords - The Dos and Don'ts According to the Rental Housing Act

By adhering to these guidelines, landlords can maintain positive, lawful relationships with tenants, ensuring a fair and transparent renting experience for all

What You Need To Know About Residential Lease Agreements In South Africa

Navigating the world of residential lease agreements in South Africa can be complex and fraught with potential pitfalls.

To Rent or Buy: What Is More Affordable?

At the current interest rate of 11.25%, the repayment on a 20-year home loan of R1 500 000 will amount to just over R15 700 per month. In many areas, a tenant w

How To Avoid Rental Scams

The South African rental property market is booming and a very big shortage of rental properties has created fierce competition amongst potential tenants

Court Rules that Evictions Can Take Place Despite Lockdown Level 1

The relationship between landlord and tenant and the process of eviction can be complex and burdensome, as we all know.

What Landlords Must Prove Under Lockdown To Prevent A Suspension Of Eviction Orders By The Court

Lockdown has led to many losing their jobs, salary reductions or their businesses closing

Alert Level 1 & The New Eviction Rules For Landlords & Tenants

The flood of Covid-19 lockdown lay-offs and salary reductions has left many tenants struggling to find rent money

What Are Tenants Rights When They Cancel Their Rental Lease Agreements?

The residential rental market in South Africa is taking real strain and according to Payprop's latest rental index
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