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Q. Landlord sale shopping complex

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Anonymous

posted 10 months ago

Sir I am from srinagar my question is I have a rented shop in srinagar with rent deed at least 15 years old but my land lord sale the shopping complex sir what can I do legal action
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A. if he has not served notice on you before the sale, and if similarly teh new owner has taken over possession, you can seek compensation from both of them for losses sufferred.

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A. You can seek penalty,compensation from the landlord if there is provision in the agreement, better to consult a property professional lawyer on all aspects of the issue quickly.

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Ambrose Leo

Experience: 9 Year(s)

Responded 10 months ago

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