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10 important clauses to include in your residential lease agreement

A residential lease agreement serves as the tenancy’s blueprint: It specifies the landlord’s and tenant’s rights and obligations. It is not just a legally binding contract that the parties may enforce in court; it is also a highly practical document that contains critical information such as how long the tenants can occupy the property and how much rent is payable each month. “Because a residential lease agreement is a legally binding document, tenants should read and understand it before signing,” says Pearl Scheltema, CEO of Fitzanne Estates, a leading Letting Agency in Gauteng.

There are no hard and fast rules about the length or format of lease agreements, but there is some essential information that should be included in every lease agreement. For homeowners and landlords in Gauteng, it is best to work with a letting agency in Gauteng in the drawing up of a lease agreement and managing a rental property on your behalf.

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