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Consumer Protection Act And Lease Agreements

September 15th, 2021

Hello, I have a tenant who needs to move urgently, she is on a monthly rent from a few months ago, the other agent now insists that the tenant give 2 full months of termination of the lease, note that it is now a monthly agreement, what is the rule for the month to month? 20 days, or can the tenant give shorter notice? We would welcome your urgent attention on this matter. Greetings, Marinetha Here, there are certainties. All natural people are consumers, regardless of their net asset value. The normal thresholds apply to corporations (such as businesses) and it is fairly easy to determine who is a consumer and who is not. Any legal person whose annual assets or turnover is less than R2 million at the time of the conclusion of the transaction (lease agreement) is a consumer. Owners should be aware of the CPA and a range of other regulatory requirements. Either, seek the services of an experienced lawyer to assist in the establishment of residential rental agreements in accordance with the Common Law, the Constitution, the Pie, the CPA, the POPI, the RHA and its regulations (SITL Legal can help in this regard; please email us at info@sitllegal.co.za and visit www.sitllegal.co.za for more information), or purchase our package of housing contract rentals, which will soon be on sale on this site. We will make available two of these packages, one in which an owner rents a dwelling in his own place and the other where the owner uses a rental agent.

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