Asked by Tridhen1809
on 10-10-2020 06:46:48
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 300.00
Hi Good Day. I'm currently renting in a 4 family flat. It is privately owned. One of the tenants continuously performs religious acts in the yard. The owner of the complex allows him to do whatever he wants because they are the same religion. He blasts his music with religious music. He doesn't give us peace in our home. There's constantly in music playing the entire day. I have spoken to the owner she is over looking that she is allowing the other tenant to disrespect us as neighbours and we feel as if we going through mental trauma living here. I need help regarding what are my rights and how can I be helped
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