Asked by Mathebe on 29-03-2021 14:00:08
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to Gauteng
Good day .
I entered into a 1year contract with my landlord.They have now purchased another house leading them to be currently in a double bond situation.They had a meeting with us to say if we want we can continue with the bond payment and other costs involved such as services and maintenance of the house.We need a solid document binding both parties to this agreement as we are now in the 5rd month of this new arrangement.
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 31-03-2021 21:42:13
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What you are looking for is a lease agreement setting out your obligations. Any lawyer should be able to assist you in drawing up a residential lease agreement.
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