Asked by Yolanda 1804 on 07-12-2020 16:38:32
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Good day, I have signed a 24 month lease agreement through a rental agent. Since we moved in we had endless issues with the landlord regarding late payment fees, although I explained to the agent that I only get paid on the 7th of each month. He agreed to all kinds of small things. My landlord gave me 21 days although my lease states otherwise. I have no signed lease where both parties signed.
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 08-12-2020 12:31:25
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If the landlord is happy to give you longer to pay, then this would probably override the lease agreement.
The landlord is the boss, not the rental agent, so you can tell the rental agent to remove all late payment fees.
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