Asked by KungFuHen on 08-04-2021 12:19:59
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
Good day, we are getting married in August on the long weekend and and have paid for accommodation for 2 nights. Now the owners of the venue want us to take a third night which will mean everyone will have to go through after work and pay extra. Can they legally force us to take another night after we have already paid for 2 nights. All our guests are travelling from Johannesburg to Cape Town hence it being on a long weekend.
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 09-04-2021 09:14:22
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If your reservation was accepted for the 2 nights, and the owner was happy with that, he can't force you to take the third night.
He obviously didn't realise that it was a long weekend when he took your booking, otherwise he would have said "take 3 nights, or nothing".
It's too late now for him to force you.
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