Bradley Aliphon & Associates | Evictions Durban
Bradley Aliphon & Associates is a private practice specialising in civil litigation matters.
Bradley has obtained a B Proc degree. He is familiar with the PIE Act and the requirements of our local courts and attended many specialisation courses and conferences including the 'Evictions & Rental Collections' seminar to stay abreast in his field of practice.
Client care is a high priority in Bradley's firm. The office is equipped with the latest technology for clients to communicate and receive prompt feedback on their matters.
Eviction Tips for Durban Landlords
1. Follow the correct procedures in accordance with the Prevention of Illegal Evictions from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act 19 of 1998 (PIE Act).
2. The best way to avoid eviction is proper selection of a tenant while the first line of defence in the unfortunate event of an eviction, is undoubtedly an adequate rental agreement.
3. Delays resulting from delayed action or incorrect legal procedures could lead to additional legal costs, loss of rental income and increased risk of damage to the property.
4. Attempts to ‘self-evict’ a tenant by force, intimidation or spoliation could have costly consequences for the landlord.
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Did you know?
Eviction matters are often easily handled remotely via telephone or email without the need to visit the eviction attorney for a consultation.
"Our expert eviction attorney's advice can buy a landlord several weeks or possibly even months. A landlord is entitled to evict a non-paying or undesirable tenant and to obtain judgement to recover losses, damages and legal costs..."
“...the first line of defence in the unfortunate event of an eviction, is undoubtedly an adequate rental agreement.”