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Eviction – when can you evict a tenant?

The eviction process protects tenants, but landlords still have rights, even during the festive season Ah…the festive season. Time for beach holidays, road trips, and long, lazy lunches. But it’s also a time of overspending and overconsumption. When the finances don’t quite stretch to the seasonal indulgences, tenants may renege on their obligation to pay […]

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Commercial evictions: how a landlord can evict a tenant

PIE does not apply to commercial evictions, but CPA might Legislation introduced in the last few years gives residential tenants a host of rights, and landowners or landlords must follow very strict procedures to evict tenants. However, the same is not true of commercial tenants. In some case the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) may apply, […]

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Eviction Law – Changes

How Constitutional law is transforming eviction law Eviction | The Constitution is the backbone of society and South Africa is fortunate to have “the most admirable Constitution in the history of the world,” according to Harvard law scholar Cass Sunstein. Our Constitution is unique in that it includes “positive rights” which require the State to […]

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Eviction process challenged in court – the PIE gets teeth

Court ruling suggests more active judicial management of the eviction process Eviction process – Property owners and tenants alike have rights under South African law; and when an eviction notice has to be served, it is important to consider the rights (and responsibilities) of both parties, to be sure that fair and just treatment is […]

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