Lion Ruler maker and writer Lebo M presently needs to hack up an incredible R700 000: The proprietor of an extravagant multimillion rand house he had been leasing in Lanseria, Johannesburg, has recorded papers in the High Court. This is as indicated by Sunday World.
The distribution has announced that Elizabeth Leonora Alexander isn't messing about and needs Lebo M, whose complete name is Lebohang Morake, to pay for a very long time's deficiency of rental pay, and installment for the harms he supposedly caused to the Blair Athol Home manor, which fans clearly thought was his.
Morake was forking out around R65 000 per month for the home.Sunday World professes to be in control of the court papers, which demonstrate that Lebo M marked a two year rent consent to lease her property on 28 January 2020. As indicated by Alexander, the rent understanding initiated on Walk 1 and should end on 28 February 2022.
Lebo M blamed for making broad harm leased home
It doesn't end there – Lebo M's currently previous property manager is additionally blaming him for having left the house wrecked. Alexander guarantees the maker harmed a few things in the home, including shades, a gas braai and switch – all before unexpectedly abandoning in July.
Alexander further said Morake consented to be charged interests for any rental unfulfilled obligations past due. In light of the rent having been ended rashly, she has lost R260 000 of four months future rental pay since she was unable to get another occupant for that period, the R65 000 lease he neglected to pay for July and the over R68 000 specialist posting charge she paid to advertise the property.
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