Asked by Francis on 22-04-2015 13:33:02
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to Western Cape
If a Landlord has agreed to fix all faults, but never did, although tennant has been insisting all the time, paying the rent in full every month, now the landlord say he is not going to renew the lease. What can the tenant do for reimbursement of all the inconvenience and living in a place not the standard as promised. Can the landlord evict the tennant?
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