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Although you are not (yet) required to have your lease agreements in writing, we strongly urge you to avoid misunderstandings resulting in disputes by letting us draft a lease agreement between you and your Landlord or tenant.
If you are the owner of a fixed property (house, flat, business premises) you need a properly drafted lease agreement to protect your interests, but you also need to ensure that the lease agreement is not unfair on your tenant.
We can assist you with drafting your Lease Agreements, taking into account the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 and other aspects relating to responsibilities and rights of the Owner (Landlord) and the tenant, and making sure that it is clear to all parties what is agreed on and leaving no room for misunderstandings.
We also often act for our clients when they are the tenants and assist them in understanding their Lease Agreements before signing the agreement.