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AYAN (WEB DEVOLOPER)     01 November 2012

Is there any such rule that a tenant can claim ownershiip?

is there any such rule that a tenant can claim ownership?
can any tenant claim ownership if they live long?
can the property (where the tenant is living) will be mutated in the tenant's name if a tenant live in the property for long time? is there any such rule?

IF THE LANDLORD HAS LEGAL HEIRS(SON,WIFE)  THEN HOW TENANT CAN GET OWNERSHIP FOR LIVING LONG?



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ankur tripathi (Asst Manager)     02 November 2012

is it a land or a residential flat

robin (mba)     02 November 2012

robin (mba)     02 November 2012

to ayan

is it a residensial flat?

AYAN (WEB DEVOLOPER)     02 November 2012

we gave a flat to a tenant . there was a rental agreement in 2005.the renatal agreement renewed in 2008. but now tenant is not leaving our flat.in the last five months(from 2012 june to 2012 november)they have not paid any rent.
how to evict the tenant?
we are really afraid that if the tenant does not go out from our flat can the tenant claim ownership?
is there any such rule that a tenant can claim ownership?
can any tenant claim ownership if they live long?
can the property (where the tenant is living) will be mutated in the tenant's name if a tenant live in the property for long time? is there any such rule?

Bharat kumar (Sr consultant)     02 November 2012

In my case, it is a Residential Flat and the Tenant is living since very very long time of 30+ years. He is not paying Rent also since last two years. He boasts that he will become the owner of the Flat. Is there any law by whom he may become the owner of the house. He is living on only one pertion of the house and the rest about 2/3 rd portion is in my control.

 

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ankur tripathi (Asst Manager)     02 November 2012

No there is no such rule that he will become the owner of the flat as you have the owenership rights. You can file a suit against him and apart from that you can file a police complaint against him as he is staying in your property without any paperwork.  

AYAN (WEB DEVOLOPER)     02 November 2012

the tenant should be beaten black and blue

ankur tripathi (Asst Manager)     02 November 2012

To ayan

By doing that you will put urself in other legal problem ... if u have good influence  u can do a forcfull eviction and cange the locks ... 


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