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Sandeep Shukla (Teacher)     02 August 2018

Tenacy case issues.

In an eviction suit if the tenant itself admits in the Written Statement that the tenancy was acquired for the use of a particular employee of the company only and if subsequently the landlord discovers that such particular employee is now employed elsewhere and no longer in the defendant company, then

1. Will it be sufficient to provide the evidences of the employment of the said particular individual in another company in the landlord-plaintiff's exam-in-chief to counter the admissions of the tenant under Sec 21 of Evidence Act and/or other provisions of law and thereby seek eviction also on such additional ground?

2. OR, Will it now be required to amend the plaint and incorporate such additional ground for eviction? Pertinently hearing has started and so might be difficult to amend the plaint.


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