What happens if you disregard the Rental Housing Amendment Bill?

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

Michelle Dickens of the Tenant Profile Network tells us that policing the Rental Housing Amendment Bill will be difficult, but should there be a dispute taken to the Rental Housing Tribunal without a written lease agreement, the landlord will find it difficult to plead their case.

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