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Q. Property for sale

Can a landlord sale his property without the consent of the tenant?How come a tenant can stop this sale ?
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A. Dear Sir,
Tenant cannot stop but the landlord is under obligation to inform the tenant otherwise tenant can approach civil Court and get injunction order.

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A. Sir tenant has legal right to live till rent deposit with owner.OK
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Sunil Kumar Singh

Experience: 17 Year(s)

Responded 2 months ago

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A. Yes.
Consent of tenant is not necessary for sale of property by landlord. A tenant does not have the right to object to the sale of property by his landlord unless he has a future right in the property. If he has a future right then he may seek a stay order from the court.

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Sunny Jaiswal

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A. no need to tale approval/consent of the tenant by the landlord to sell the property, only intimation is sufficient .

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Suneel Moudgil

Experience: 15 Year(s)

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A. If you have legal agreement between both then it will be possible but u don't get any benefit from him

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 2 Year(s)

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A. The tenant should file for an injunction to such sale if the landlord has not given a notice of eviction.
If the tenant wants to stop such sale then he must file for an injunction for the same with reasonable grounds.
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Shreyash Mohta

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A. Yes, a landlord can sell his property with a tenant but the lease doesn't end with the selling of the property. The tenant doesn't have the right to stop the owner from selling the property but he continues to remain as a tenant on the same property under the new owner to whom the property has been sold.

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Sayaree Ganguly

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