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Q. Permission

My landlord is not giving permission for renovation of my store?Every time I discuss regarding renovation he ignored it and tell other things.What to do ?And How to renovate my store? Kindly advise?
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A. If the renovations are absolutely necessary then you have all the rights to do the same.
You can just intimidate the landlord of such renovations mentioning that he did not listen even after repeated requests.
As such you have all the rights to renovate the premise [Provided that you are not destroying the nature of the same]
The costs of such renovation can be deducted/adjusted with the rent paid.
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Shreyash Mohta

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Shreyash Mohta

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A. Dear Sir,
Approach Civil Court and get a relief as proposed by you..

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