Our proposals have been verified by a lawyer (a lawyer at the bar) specialized in real estate matters, including disputes related to rental agreements. Lawyers are in a unique position because they know where litigation occurs and what wording should be included in an agreement to ensure a favorable outcome. Simply fill out the form below and we will send you your free lease by email. A written agreement stating that a person (“debtor”) owes a sum of money (“debt”) to another person or organization (“creditor”). It also defines how to repay the debt. Please note that these contracts and legal agreements are the norm. It is therefore advisable to get legal advice when concluding a contractual agreement. Downloads are FREE and for only R100, R154 or R260 per month, you are entitled to professional legal advice, advice and security. We have the perfect solution for landlords and tenants. You`re just one click away from getting a free lease for your residential property that we just updated. Simply fill out the form below and we will send you the free lease by email. An agreement that frames the conditions between a tenant and a lessor to allow the tenant to rent a dwelling (such as a house, an apartment, etc.) for a period of less than 10 years.
This is a single lease agreement and therefore the Consumer Protection Act does not apply. When the parties enter into an agreement, confidentiality may be necessary. This Agreement guarantees this confidentiality and is generally signed prior to the conclusion of the Main Agreement. We simply understood, completed and signed our lease. It is important to close a good document, which is up-to-date and waterproof. The Consumer Protection Act does not apply by default to all rental contracts. From the landowner`s perspective, you do not want to grant a tenant consumer rights under the CPA if the CPA does not apply. Tenants already have a lot of rights and you don`t want to give them more than the law requires you. In most cases, the CPA applies to tenants and property owners of dwellings and not to those in commercial real estate. . . .