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1.2 What are the responsibilities of tenants? Tenants have the following responsibilities: They must pay the rent and services on time. They must use rental property only for the purposes agreed in the lease agreement.
1. What are a Tenants rights and obligations when a lease expires and the Landlord allows the Tenant to carry on staying on the South African property? In general, a Landlord, as well as a Tenant, both have the right to give notice to each other, to cancel any lease agreement between them.
First and foremost, tenants in South Africa have the right to live in a property that is safe and in good condition. This means that the landlord is responsible for making sure the property is free from any hazards or defects that could affect the tenants health or safety.
If there is no written lease, but there is an oral agreement, this is valid if your tenancy is one year or less. If there is no oral agreement or written lease, this means that you have a month-to-month tenancy at will, and you should pay rent on a monthly basis.
Both the landlord and tenant must give at least one months notice to the other party when wanting to cancel the lease. (See Rental Housing Act 1999.) The Consumer Protection Act (CPA) gives additional rights to the tenant by allowing them to cancel the lease provided 20 business days notice is given.