Who would be responsible for the repair of a broken geyser?

Private Property South Africa
Tenant Profile Network

Q&A with Michelle Dickens from the Tenant Profile Network.

Transcript:

So generally the geyser falls under the homeowners insurance, especially in Sectional Title you will find that insurance will cover a faulty geyser.

That would be something that is structural and that the landlord would be responsible to maintian.

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