The law is supposed to be fair and reasonable – but sometimes it isn’t.
Mr & Mrs Tafari’s dagga-growing tenant has been occupying – and trashing – their R2m Simon's Town home, rent-free, for the past three years.
They have been forced to defend eleven separate court hearings before eight different judges, before they were able, finally, to evict their Rastafarian squatter.
Guess who, in the meantime has been required – by law – to pay the bond, rates, water and electricity?
Evicted Rasta lawyer, Gareth Prince, blames prejudice against marijuana cult for his running battle with desperate landlords.