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A court case in the Western Cape, which deals with the most provocative section of the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) - Section 14 - could set a legal precedent countrywide. The case involved an appealed eviction ruling handed down by the Goodwood Magistrates Court in which

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Q Hi, over the past weekend someone drove into the electricity substation at the complex and destroyed it. Everyone in the complex is without electricity. Our tenants are now refusing to pay rental and some of them are threatening to book into hotels and charge this to

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Q Hi, do the same regulations apply to short-term/Airbnb letting as to long-term leases? Does short-term require specialised regulations? - Pamela A Hi Pamela, it should be kept in mind that there is a marked difference between long- and short-term letting, especially in respect of units that are

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Q Hi, I have a fully signed lease. The landlord’s address was not inserted while the tenant’s name is spelled incorrectly. Amendments were made on the lease; landlord’s address, which is not the same as the lease property, was inserted and the tenant’s name was rectified. My

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