Asked by khuliso
on 25-04-2020 04:38:56
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I am a tenant/student who had an agreement with the landlord , contract between them and my bursary but it turns out money for my allowances won't be loaded anymore , the lease was for 10 month and now it is april ,the person who was responsible for paying will no longer be paying for may since she has received salary cuts as a result of no work during coronavirus pandemic, now the problem is i wanted to move out but they denied that and said my belongings won't leave as i had to do a 30 days notice, they won't allow me to stay another month without paying as they always cut out water for showering and access to my room if i don't pay rent on the 1st day of the month. I need to know what the law says about my situation , can I move out with my belongings without paying if i don't serve the 30 days notioce
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