good afternoon , last year in december i...

Asked by Neven on 13-01-2021 14:07:38
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal

good afternoon , last year in december i discovered that my neighbours srvants quarters water pipes are connected to my water mains , i discussed this with my neighbour as she has tenants living in there since 2015 till date and as she has been charging them seperatley fpr lights and watre and i have since 2015 been paying for her tenants water bill , she says that she cannot make any financial payments to us , she is liaisng with the previouse owner of her home to discuss payment, i did advise her that she is resposible for the payment as she put tenants to stay in the storage room and she can take it up to the prevoiuse owners but she is now gone silent , what can i do as she has still not changed the plumbing , her plumber did state that in 2015 he did the connection as she was putting in people to stay in there . kindly advise as to what course of action i can take 

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 14-01-2021 12:01:53

Hi there,

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Why don't you get your own plumber to disconnect your neighbour's servant's quarter's water pipe from your water mains?

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