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Thursday Oct 30, 2014

What's involved in lease renewal

A lease clause states that notice of the intention to renew the lease must be given in writing by the tenant, not later than three months before the expiry of the initial period, failing which the renewal option would lapse.

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Wednesday Oct 29, 2014

'High walls restrict your safety'

Could Durban and surrounding suburbs function safely without walls surrounding properties? That was the topic discussed at a public debate hosted by the faculty of engineering and the built environment at DUT last night.

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Women to get state houses on divorce

A law amendment is in the pipeline to ensure that if a couple in a free government house get divorced the house goes to the wife, Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said yesterday.

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Friday Oct 24, 2014

Managing agent hightails with complex's electricity money

A Ridgeway body corporate is in more than R1.2 million debt after a managing agent acting in collusion with a City Power staff member defrauded them.

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Housing money 'partly funded' doomed mall - minister

Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has dropped a bombshell, claiming her department had "partly funded" the doomed Tongaat mall.

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Update on the Community Schemes Ombud Services Act

The recent appointment of Mr Themba Mthethwa as the Chief Ombud for the Community Scheme Ombud Service Act (CSOSA) is, hopefully, a sign that the act will finally be implemented soon.

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Wednesday Oct 22, 2014

'No free homes to under-40s'

Anyone younger than 40 will not get a free house from the government, Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said yesterday.

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Home is where you grew up

Childhood homes give young people unreasonable expectations when they buy their own property, a survey has found.

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Thursday Oct 16, 2014

Property owners cut electricity consumption in half

A Pinelands family who accepted a challenge to make their home green has cut their electricity costs by more than half.

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Wednesday Oct 15, 2014

Court stops municipal transfer of old debt

Municipalities, like multinationals and cartels, wield unbridled power against the poor and the weak. Similarly, debts such as rates and taxes owed by previous owners are transferred to new owners who are forced to settle the debts of others to prevent disconnection of services to the property.

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