my landlord wanted to evict me without a...

Asked by Sam Mphuthi on 01-10-2014 20:38:53
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 300.00

my landlord wanted to evict me without a warning,he came on the 31st of september and he said i must pack and go on the 1st of october.he even came and demanded the keys of the house and he changed the door locks.i only owed him rental for a month which i promised to pay on a saturday.my brother in law paid for me and he made me to sign a piece of paper to say if i dont pay the balance by saturday i should leave.

i will appreciate your help
kind regards

Sam Mphuthi

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 03-10-2014 14:58:13
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