Asked by worriedcrazy
on 12-04-2019 10:25:25
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to North West
Question value: R 0.00
I am/was renting out my property to a family of three.
Never paid deposit and short on rent from first month.
They have never paid the municipal bill either.
I had an attorney serve them with an eviction notice 1 April 2019.
I found out today that they have been subletting rooms to almost 20 people. There is complaints from the neigbours (one wich is a doctors office) of constant parties and the sale and use of dagga and alcohol on the property.They have also damaged and dirtied the property. Above that I have now got a R48 000 municipal bill to pay.
I am also in financial trouble due to the property rental being my only source of income.
How do I go about getting them removed as soon as possible?
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