Originally posted by : Tripti Nagwekar
"Once the structure falls, the tenancy rights of the tenant gets over."
Under which section, rule of which act, law, tenancy rights finish.
FOR: "Tripti Nagwekar:
On this public forum, matters can be "discussed" only in general terms, which excludes "professional and technical questions". Hence in order to get answer to your technical question, you may consult a professional in your area. However, as usual, I will answer in general on your question as follows:
1. The Tenants tenancy rights is limited to the occupancy In the existing structure. Such rights are not perpetual and is revocable, subject to various parameters.
2. Once the existing structure collapes, THEN the tenant has no occupancy rights in a collapsed (non-existing structure) and has no rights on the Land on which the occupied-structure was built. Here the tenant has no rights to re-build any structure on the land of the land-lord. AND since the land-lord has no financial sources to re-build any structure, the tenant cannot exercise his tenancy-occupancy rights in a non-existing structure.
3. The title-ownership of the Land, will always rest with the Land-Lord and NEVER with the tenant whose lawful rights (which is lawfully revocable by the land-lord) can be exercised only over the occupied-structure (built-up)
4. However, had the tenant re-build the structure (with the consent / agreement of the Tenant) THEN the Tenancy rights could be exercised.
for "RAMCHANDRA DUSANE"
As long it is properly drafted and in writing and signed by the sender (land-lord), a notice need be sent thru or signed by a lawyer.
Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal