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Shambasiv (n/a)     16 September 2007

Landlord and Tenant

What are the grounds on which a tenant can be evicted?


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Shambasiv (n/a)     16 September 2007

1) If the tenant wilfully defaults in the payment of rent

2) If the tenant sublets the demised premises without the consent of landlord

3) If the tenant creates nuisance

4) If the tenant does not use the demised premises and keeps it under lock and key

5) If the land lard needs it for his own use and occupation

6) If the landlord needs it for demolition and reconstruction

7) If the landlord needs it for additional accomodation

8) If the tenant puts the building for a different use than for which it was let in

9) If the tenants involved in acts of waste

10) If the tenant indulges in illegal activities

11) If the tenant denies the title of the landlord

chaitanya (n/a)     14 January 2008



If the tenant is not paying market value as rent, refuses to enter in to a rental agreement and also does n't vacate in spite of various notices, what are the options left to land lord under transfer of property Act and Rent Control Act? And how do these two acts supplement or complement and correlate with each other? Which law takes control in case of conflict areas in both the laws?


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