Asked by Joshua
on 21-12-2020 16:50:11
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I signed a 2 year residential lease in March 2020. Due to unforseen circumstances I had to cancel my lease early.
I have given 3 months notice and my landlords are getting nasty and stating that I am liable for the whole lease term. I have heard that because of the consumer protection act, we actually only have to give 20 business days notice and not liable for the full lease.
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