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Struggling Landlord (Proprietor)     04 August 2019

Compromise Decree : Points to remember while drafting

Comments/Suggestion/Critics are welcomed: After studying / experiences I have noted some aspects to be considered by all respected lawyers , I tried to give points on priority
1. CD must be strictly as per law/ statute if in force on that nature, For example if LL:Tenant executes CD after filing suit for arrears of rent/injunction etc & if tenant voluntarily accepts any clause for eviction & at respective time he refuses then this decree is non executable...ie under state rent law ... eviction is based on certain grounds ...& clearly mentioned in CD then only that CD is executable...
2 That ground must be in original suit & either admitted in WS or proved before court or expressed in CD
3 CD must be after satisfaction of court ( clearly mentioned on CD is preferred else it is implied satisfaction) ....
So only after this & if tenant / LL doesn't follow the terms then only that Decree becomes executable

Please have your valuable comments, please excuse for not using legal language / terms since I am layman but try to understand law .....

thanks in advance


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