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Deep Narayan (learning)     27 May 2012

Tenant not evicting the shop

In 2005 I had rented a shop to a person for jewellary shop.we had made a agreement though a public notary for five year.

In the agreement it was clearly written that he will evacuate the house after 5 year.

but till now after 2 year passed he is not evicting the shop.

he is asking ask to settle the dispute in court,bcoz he know that it takes years and years in judgement.

what should i do?

can i get my shop back?

is the agreement made by us through public notary is legally valid?

on what grounds may I file case such that I come on strong side?

plz help


 4 Replies

adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     27 May 2012

Except court you don't have other way to evict him.

Rajeev Kumar (Lawyer/Advocate)     27 May 2012

Yes there is only remedy to file eviction suit.

LAXMINARAYAN - Sr Advocate. ( solve problems in criminal cases. lawproblems@gmail.com)     03 June 2012

Notary agreement is not legal and so now he is protected tenant.

Deep Narayan (learning)     03 June 2012


then can we never evict him?

what are necessary step do i take now?

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