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Jagadesh N (Software Engineer)     10 September 2011

T.P. act

Hi All,

One of our building was give for rent to Cntral Bank for 15 years. We made registered lease agreement .  The rent they are paying is15000/month. Now tenure has been finshed. We asked them to vacate the property. They are not vacating but paying the rent .

We filed the suit against them in court 4 years back. Still arguments are going.

 As they belong to Governament sector getting some protection by court . Is it is a correct statement ? 



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 11 Replies

Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     10 September 2011

No.

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Jagadesh N (Software Engineer)     10 September 2011

Hi Archana,

Then why court is taking that much time to give eviction. In Agreement exit clause is clearly mentioned as well.

Thanks

Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     10 September 2011

You better ask your lawyer why it is taking so long and what is the current stage of the suit.

Jagadesh N (Software Engineer)     10 September 2011

Some hearings are happening.

We are asking for own use. But they are telling they can increase the rent if we want. But we didn't agree for that.

They are just delaying with out attending for hearings.

Thanks,

 

Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     10 September 2011

If the other party is not attending the hearing then, ask your lawyer to take objections in the court and take suitable legal steps against them.

Jagadesh N (Software Engineer)     11 September 2011

Dear Archana, 

Thanks for your reply. 

Can you tell me with your knowledge generally how long it will take in the courts to get eviction under T.P Act (106) provided all documents are clear like registered lease agreement, proper ownership proof etc.....

 

Thanks,

Chirag Bhatt (Lawyer Gujarat High Court)     11 September 2011

The best answer is that you should ask this question to your lawyer as this one is not a  law point to be discussed here. Prediction of timing for process of courts in india is premature.

Bharatkumar (ADVOCATE )     12 September 2011

U ask question your lawyer for that and u also attend in court.

Bobby Mani T (Lawyer)     15 September 2011

That is it.  you too attend the court and ask the lawyer what is going on. and take the next posting date and attend every postin date for a few times so that you get an idea of what is going on.  any way this is a case of too much delay.  You better pay more attention, do not get panic.

Jagadesh N (Software Engineer)     15 September 2011

Hi Bobby,

Thanks for your advice. Will do the same.

Thanks

 

Jagadesh N (Software Engineer)     16 September 2011

Hi Bobby,

One more thing.

I heard recently in Parlament, our Legal Ministry announced  they are developing infrastructure to increase the number of  trail courts to speed up clear the number of cases.

Will that really give any benifit .to the people who are strugling because of delays in cases.

Thanks,

Jagadesh N

 

 


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