Good day My new landlord which is occupy...

Asked by Jeremiah on 25-09-2020 17:34:37
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 100.00

Good day 

My new landlord which is occupying the place i have already paid a deposit for refuses to vacant the premises on the day im supposed to move in and the landlord has used my deposit for her own personal use so she cannot even refund my deposit on time... What rights do i have? We have already signed a lease agreement stating i move in on the last day of September 2020 and I have already paid my deposit in full,what should i do?

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 27-09-2020 22:38:14

Hi there,

I see that you haven't made a payment for the question, but I'm going to assist you a little. If you want to ask a follow-up question, please make the required payment.

This is fraud and should be reported to SAPS! Otherwise, you must report this to the Rental Housing Tribunal for assistance.

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