Asked by galaxy
on 18-02-2020 11:12:49
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 0.00
must my landlord inform me in writing of annual rental increase after my lease lapsed but i stayed on? if had a three-year lease with a rental increase of 10% annually. landlord increased my rent twio years in a row after my lease lapsed and i was completely unaware that he did so resulting in rental arrears. landlord has never issued invoices or receipts for any payments even at my request for invoices and receipts. am i liable to pay the arrears stemming from the rental increases even when i was unaware of such increases?
i have a renewal lease agreement letter sent via electronic mail from my leasing agent, is it a valid lease? agreement was made but not signed or drawn up by landlord.
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