Hi there so we are paying weekle rent . ...

Asked by PI on 31-12-2021 14:04:22
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal

Hi there so we are paying weekle rent . Set amount for 1 month is R7000 . Ok so there are some months that has 5 weeks and we have been paying every week on time in full . So when its 5 weeks we pay R8750 witch is R1750 more than the rent . I dont think that its fear to pay over the se amount in the contract so how do i go forward on this . Do i explain to the landlord and ask for a refund or what thanks P I 

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Posted by Andrew on 07-01-2022 13:20:55

Hi there,

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It really does depend on whether the agreement is that you pay R7000 per month, broken up into weekly payments, or if the agreement is that you must pay R1750 per week.

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