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Q. U.P rent control act

There is a tenent in my building who is running a shop there from the past 50 years. i lost the case against him by the Supreme court order in 2011. How to evict him as he is financially stronger then me.
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A. Without knowing full details I am unable to answer.

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A. Anything can be said only after perusing the Supreme Court order. Please arrange to email me the same.

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Viswanath M K

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