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Rakesh. (Sr Specialist HR)     10 May 2011

Tenant refuses to move or pay hiked rent

Hi All,

I am faced with a very difficult situation because 20 years back a person moved into the 2nd floor of the house and started a office . My uncle who was alive at that point of time let him stay and we had an agrrement then . Then my Uncle passed away and there has been no increase in the Rent since then as my Dad wasnt in the country . Now i am here and when i went to speak to the tenant he is refusing to leave or refusing to pay rent . Please so advice how to go about this as we stay in a prime locality and he still pays the rent which was set 20 yrs back and is a measely sum . Will i be able to make another rental agreement ?? If i can then what if he refuses to sign it ?? Also what is the best procedure to send him a eviction notice ?? . If there is any lawyer close to Cunningham road please do let me know . 

 

Regards

Rakesh 



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adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     11 May 2011

you can meet my frnd Hemant who has got office at High Point 4, behind chalukya Hotel, Palace Road, Bengaluru. 

It is better to give notice to the tenent.

Struggling Landlord (Proprietor)     10 June 2011

Pl find enclosed a Hon'ble SC Judgement / Guidelines to minimise landlord-tenants litigations on the same issue. I am also one of the victim like u, (I am not a lawyer, But had 25 years of litigation) Pl go through the Judgment and do take advice from ur local lawyer, and Ask his advice that how to take advantage of this judgment to get reasonable justice... Do convey me his advice for mutual benefit.

U can also go through my forums thread

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Who-has-weightage-SC-Guidelines-or-Regional-ACT--38470.asp

All the best


Attached File : 120292 185722 21 hon ble sc judgment guidelines.pdf downloaded: 68 times

Struggling Landlord (Proprietor)     10 June 2011

Pl find enclosed a Hon'ble SC Judgement / Guidelines to minimise landlord-tenants litigations on the same issue. I am also one of the victim, (I am not a lawyer, But had 25 years of litigation) Pl go through the Judgment and do comment that how to take advantage of this judgment to get reasonable justice... 

U can also go through my forums thread

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Who-has-weightage-SC-Guidelines-or-Regional-ACT--38470.asp

Thanks in advance

 




 


Attached File : 120292 185726 11 hon ble sc judgment guidelines.pdf downloaded: 65 times

Struggling Landlord (Proprietor)     10 June 2011

Pl find enclosed a Hon'ble SC Judgement / Guidelines to minimise landlord-tenants litigations on the same issue. I am also one of the victim, (I am not a lawyer, But had 25 years of litigation) Pl go through the Judgment and do comment that how to take advantage of this judgment to get reasonable justice... 

U can also go through my forums thread

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Who-has-weightage-SC-Guidelines-or-Regional-ACT--38470.asp

Thanks in advance


Attached File : 120292 185727 37 hon ble sc judgment guidelines.pdf downloaded: 57 times

DEFENSE ADVOCATE.-firmaction@g (POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE )     10 June 2011

this citation is not applicable to protected tenants which are under all state laws.


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