Asked by Charl on 01-10-2021 15:49:03
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape
Good day hope all are well I got a question I want to know what I can do our room where we are renting started to burn on Monday morning my baby boy of 2years old was with me in the work shop as I went up to the room I saw the fire and started to blaze the fire out.i lost all my clothes in the fire my wife lost her shoes and some of her cloths and my baby lost his toys and somebof his cloths.our bed also burned out I want to know what we can do in a situation like this where the landlord or the person we renting from want rent money we are alot of people staying on the property but all the plugs that's in the rooms are linked to one circuit
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