Rent agreement with tenant Rent agreement with tenant

I am the owner of building. Rent agreement with tenent clearly mentioned 11 month and 1 month advance notice in case anyone vacant the building. I took 1 month rent advance 20000 and 15000 security. After 3 month only Tenant vacant the building by giving me 6 days notice and claiming for 15000 security refund. I deny stating that 1 month notice not served. He is now putting for FIR and court case against me. What is wrong and who is right here?

Anik

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A.Dear Client,
As it is mentioned in the contract the tenant has to inform atleast 1 month before the eviction. And it is not even 15 days that you can pay 50% of security deposit it was only 6 days. Therefore you can reply back to their suit or you can also file a suit against them.
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