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rama kaushik (nil)     21 May 2017

Maximum total period of leave & license to avoid tenancy rs

I had registered agreements for leave & license for total period of 5 years with licensee  for my residential apartment in Mumbai.The tenant is seeking further agreement to extend the total license period beyond 5 years.I have heard the tenant may get tenancy rights if he stays in the licensed apartment beyond 5 years.Is it true.If true,can I register a fresh agreement with him after a gap of 1-2 months.



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Ms.Usha Kapoor (CEO)     22 May 2017

wHAT YOU HEARD IS TRUE. yOU CONTINUE HIAS TENEANCY UNDER lEASE AND LICINECE  FOR 1 OR 2 MONTHS AS YOU PLEASE. lEASE AND  LICENCE PERIOD TENACY IT IS EASIER TO EVICT. iF IT IS OPRDINARY TENANCY OR BEYOND 5 YEARS IT IS DIFFICULOT AND YEARS TO TAKE  TO EVICT TENANT...sEE BELOW.

 
 

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Is it true that rent agreement cannot exceed three years in Mumbai ...

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Specific answer to your query is Rent Agreement or Also called as Leave and Licence Agreement can be drafted legally for 60 Months tenure. That is 5 years. Landlord can add a clause to vacate the premises in 6 moths notice. Tenant at the other hand can add a clause to have a lock in period of at least 36 months.
May 1, 2013 - If the tenant leaves the rented property he/she would be required to continue ... For instance, if the lock-in period is 1 year and the tenant wants to leave after 4 months, .... There should also be a clause in the leave and license or lease ... The agreement should specify if the occupant is under an obligation to ...

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Jan 14, 2014 - And why it is essential to have a rent agreement? ... of a landlord whose tenant requires a 36 month rent agreement due to ... agreements for three to five years can also be made and registered. ... pay the stamp duty on the tenure of the lease and register the lease. .... I do not want to extend this agreement.

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Feb 10, 2011 - If he does not cooperate, you can approach the police and get the possession of your property within six months. However, if the agreement period exceeds five years, it is termed as a 'lease'. In this case, the tenant is protected under the Rent Control Act.

Risk of tenant not vacating house after agreement - Kaanoon

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Hi If we give a house to businessman after having registered rent agreement, any ... Further Queries a) In case a case goes to court , does tenant have to deposit rent ... In case of leave and license agrement it is easier to evict quickly, 5. In cae of Tenancy Agreement, it takes years to get an eviction suit to be disposed off, 6.

Kishor Mehta (CEO)     22 May 2017

Sir, Under Maharashtra Rent Control Act 1999, the document of Leave & Licence has to be properly stamped and registered. The period should be less than 60 months, as a Lease agreement has to be entered into for a longer period. There is no restriction on the renewal of the Leave & Licence agreement. Specific mention of application of Section 24 of the Maharashtra Rent Control Act 1999 is essential. Good luck, Kishor Mehta

shrenik (lawyer)     23 May 2017

Leave and license abd lease agreement both are very different things Vide difference in both deeds

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