How does the Rental Housing Amendment Bill protect landlords?

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

Michelle Dickens from the Tenant Profile Network tells us the Rental Housing Amendment Bill protects landlords. Landlords are protected by written lease agreements. Tenants who understand their obligations are more likely to comply, and landlords rights are now specified in the lease agreement.

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