Renewing leave & licence agreement


I (Licensor / Owner) rented out a Commercial Shop in Surat on registered leave and license agreement signed for 11 months. The Licensee has been in need for his business, therefore renewing L&L after every 11 months continuously for past 3 years.

FY 2019-20 is the 3rd year and Licensee is operating his business from the said commerical shop with a valid L&L for 11 months.

Is there a law which defines that Licensor can lose his property rights if the same Licensee operates his business from the said premises for over 3 years ?   Even after licensor is holding a registered leave and license agreement on which legitimate stamp duty has been paid ?

 
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There is no law that under leave and license agreement licensor loos their rights over property. 

 
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There is no law that under leave and license agreement licensor loos their rights over property on contineous three years of agreement. 


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Mr Shirish Pawar Thank you for your quick reply. However, If I (Licensor) renews L&L for the 4th year with the same Licensee then is there any law which states that 1. Licensor looses his rights, claim n ownership over his property ? 2. Licensee then can make a claim of being a new owner because he has been sitting in that commercial shop for 4th year in a row ?
 
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Mr Shirish Pawar Thank you for your quick reply.
 
However, If I (Licensor) renews L&L for the 4th year with the same Licensee then is there any law which states that
1. Licensor looses his rights, claim n ownership over his property ?
2. Licensee then can make a claim of being a new owner because he has been sitting in that commercial shop for 4th year in a row ?

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