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tenent eviction


Hello All,

We have a building which has been rented out to a small company for more than 20-25 years by my grandfather. We have been asking them to vacate the premisses  as the same is required by us to start our own business. We have been asking for more than 5 yrs now. The tenent has been paying rent on time so far. In one of the letter correspondence the company M.D (managing director) has statted that they will vacate the premisses, but no time was mentioned. How can i get the tenent vacated. If i approach the court for tenent eviction will the court favour me as i require the premisses for own use.  And how many years will the court take to provide eviction order.


Please suggest.

Thanks,

Rahul

 
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Practicing Advocate

Give them a legal notice terminating their tenancy and asking them to vacate the premises as you require it for starting your own business. If they fail to do so within the stipulated time, then file for eviction in the court. If you can show that your need is bonafide then you will surely get the result in your favour.

 
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Lawyer

you can file Eviction Petition against the said tenant under the Rent Laws applicable in your area.

 

personal necessity is the best ground available for a landlord to get a tenant evicted.

 
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Dear Archana,

 

Thanks for your reply, I have B.E degree and 5 yrs exprience in software, I have stated that i want to start my own software business and my brother wants to start his own business in the building rented out. Can you please suggest is these grounds sufficent? how i can prove that i need the building for the above use.

 

Thanks,

Rahul
 

 
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Thanks for the reply Kiran Kuamr,

 

I am new to legal procedings, Can you please tel me how many years will the court take to provide a Eviction order.  (from Rent control to High cout etc)

 

Thanks,

Rahul

 
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Practicing Advocate

 

Mention what business you want to start there, with some details along with documents to support, also state that you do not have any other alternative place of your own for the business. Same thing about your brother's business plan, mention that too. If you can show that your need is bonafide, the court shall allow the petition.


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Thanks Archana

 
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ADVOCATE

I agree with the opinion of Mrs. Archana.

 
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Practicing Advocate

Thx for agreeing & a little correction -not Mrs, it should be Miss Archana.

 
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Miss Archana,
Please reply to this one, this is what is bothering me

Will i be acked to start my bussiness else where to show that i need the building rented out, or will business plan be sufficient to show the need .

Please reply,

Thanks


 

 
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