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What You Need To Know About Restrictions On Having Pets In Residential Complexes

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Residential complexes and estates are becoming more and more popular for the many advantages they provide.

Tenants Rental Rights During The Water Crisis

Category Rental Rights

As a constitutional right, everyone should have access to clean water. Even during a water crisis.

What Are The Duties Of The Tenant & Landlords In A Rental Agreement?

Category Rental Rights

When it comes to letting a property both the tenant and the landlord should always enter into any letting agreements openly and honestly and intending for

Ways How Tenants Can Deal With Or Protect Themselves Against A Bad Landlord

Category Rental Rights

Is your landlord taking advantage of you? Follow these tips to make sure you’re protected from a current or future bad landlord.

How The CPA Protect Tenants In Rental Agreements - Agreed Terms vs Unreasonable Terms

Category Rental Rights

Many lease agreements contain clauses that are referred to as “clauses to the benefit of the lessor”. These will be, for instance

Tenants Rights And Responsibilities

Category Rental Rights

The obligations of tenants as well as landlords are covered in statutory, as well as non-statutory law in South Africa.

Terminating Your Lease Agreement

Category Rental Rights

There are many reasons which could lead to a tenant needing to terminate their lease prematurely, for example being transferred to work in another city

Reducing noise in your rental apartment

Category Rental Rights

One of the major irritations creating at times a lot of friction in apartment complexes is noise.

How to prevent an eviction of a non-paying tenant from being illegal

Category Rental Rights

You have property and have rented it out. The tenant has decided that he can no longer afford the rent.

 
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