Hi, I recently purchased a house in a complex, which is yet to be built. The body corporate has emailed me a statement for levies that must be paid. Is the homeowner supposed to pay the full levy even though the house is not even
Hi, I need some advice please. My father and mother are joint owners on my bond, but they never contributed and were only added for affordability purposes. My father died without a will 7 years ago.
How do I remove him and my mom from my
Hi, I am a new property owner and I recently purchased an apartment in Glenwood, Durban. The property was occupied by a tenant at the time of acquisition and when that lease expired, it was let to a new tenant.
The tenant (a pastor), has indicated
Hi, I am an owner in a townhouse complex. With regard to exclusivity of private gardens what is the owner responsible for if a wall is coming down. Is it the owner or body corporate’s responsibility? We are in a situation where we have flats and villas. Any
Every lease agreement should contain common clauses like annual escalations and exit clauses. But what happens when they are not included in your lease agreement?
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I have a quick question and I hope I could get the information before we decide what to do next.
We have been renting a house for the past three months.
When we entered the landlord said that there were no issues.
We surprisingly found that there is
Hi, I just want to find out if I can have a claim against a body corporate if I find my car damaged while parked in the complex undercover parking area. The complex has 24-hour security which is supposed to patrol throughout the complex. I suspect
Hi, I am a landlord, and I had a defaulting tenant that has since vacated my property. However, they still owe outstanding rental.
What would be the best process to recover this missing rental amount which totals to about R14,500?
The TPN Credit Bureau suggests the Small Claims
Hi, I am about to sign a lease agreement for a residential property. One of the clauses, however, does not sit well with me. I would like to know if the clause is CPA-compliant. It reads as follows:
"The Landlord agrees to pay the Estate Agent