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Pagdi system room rights

My great grandfather has pagdi room in prabhadevi , Mumbai, Great Grand father and his other 4 son made affidavit that this rooms now own my grandfather, In that room we live 5 people, Grand father 1) 1st son with his wife 2) 2nd son 3) 1st son daughter and son 4) me (son of his second son) My grandfather died on 2000, and on 2012 builder came for redevelopment, so on that agreement both brother (grand father both son) decided to give permanent accommodation to big brother by taking 30 lack to small brother means my father , Now my question is, Do I have any rights (tenants rights in that property) as I also live there till 2011, I have ration card proof



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T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     03 March 2024

Since your father has been given an amount as consideration towards his share in this pagdi system property, there's no reason for his next generation children to claim any rights in it thereafter for any reason.

This will not come under ancestral property hence you cannot claim any rights in the property.


Thank you sir ,

But I here one section in rent control act


According to Section 7(15)(d) of MRCA and Section 5(11)(c) of the Bombay Rent Act, upon the death of a tenant, the tenancy passes on to a member of tenant's family who has been residing with the deceased tenant or operating the premises for commercial purposes at the time of his death.


Can you corelate with this ?

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