Does everyone now need a written lease agreement?

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

The Rental Housing Act currently requires a lease agreement to be either written or verbal. The Rental Housing Bill proposes to change this and require all lease agreements to be in writing, both those currently in place and any new lease agreements made.

Looking to sell your home?
Advertise your property to millions of interested buyers by listing with Private Property now!
List your home privately

Share:

Found this content useful?

Get the best of Private Property's latest news and advice delivered straight to your inbox each week

Related Articles

What happens if you disregard the Rental Housing Amendment Bill?
Should a landlord have a dispute with a tenant, a written lease agreement will be necessary at the Rental Housing Tribunal.
The Rental Housing Amendment Bill
What changes will this make to the Rental Housing Act?
What needs to be stated in a lease agreement?
Michelle Dickens of Tenant Profile Network, tells us that according to the Rental Housing Act, lease agreements will now need to include landlord and tenant rights.
;