icon Refunding Advance amount

We reside in Dwarka and the house owner is not willing to give us back the advance money . We vacated a month ago.


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If the lease agreement does not explicitly include a clause regarding the refund of the lease amount advance upon termination of the landlord-tenant relationship, enforcing such a claim is not possible. Disputes between landlords and tenants are typically addressed under state-specific Rent Control Acts, which appoint Rent Controllers or Additional Rent Controllers to handle disagreements arising from rental agreements. In the current circumstance, you can submit an application de ...ReadMore

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icon Eviction

My tenet is fault on rent from two years. Now he is trying to sub let the shop to someone with connections in politics. Is there any chance to get him evicted.


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Initiate the eviction process by serving a legal notice and filing an eviction suit against the tenant in the Civil Court. Additionally, for dispute resolution between the tenant and landlord, the state-specific Rent Control Act provides for a Rent Controller or Addl Rent Controller. To address the issue, file an application before the concerned Rent Controller to seek an amicable resolution. Seeking guidance and assistance from a legal advocate is recommended for the necessary st ...ReadMore

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I had a case where the judge had dismissed due to not attending on that day but instead of me, my mother had attended the case on that day and she had submitted the GPA stating if any case I am not ab


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There is no prohibition on allowing a recognized agent holding a General Power-of-Attorney (GPA) to represent a case in court, placing them on par with an advocate holding a Vakalatnama. Any order restricting a person with GPA from representing the principal contradicts the provisions of Section 32 of the Advocates Act, 1961. To reopen a dismissed case, the process typically involves filing a motion to set aside the dismissal, requesting the court to review and potentially overtur ...ReadMore

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icon Landlord asking to vacate

Hi, We are staying in hyderabad, we have leased the property for 15000 in Aug 2022, and as per the agreement we are paying 10% extra from Aug 2023, but my landlord is demanding to pay 3000 extra from


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In a tenant-landlord dispute, resolution occurs under the state-specific Rent Control Act, with a Rent Controller or Additional Rent Controller appointed to address issues arising from the rent agreement. To address the current situation, submit an application detailing your grievance to the relevant Rent Controller for an amicable resolution. Seek guidance and assistance from a legal professional for the necessary steps in this process.

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icon Lease amount issue

I am residing at Bangalore, n staying at house with lease amount of 10lakhs for 2 years. Now this June 26th 2024, our lease agreement will end. Since their is huge water prob at this house, we thought


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If the lease agreement explicitly contains a clause regarding the refund of the lease amount on the termination of the relationship with a 4-month advance notice, you have the right to claim its specific performance. However, without such a clause, claiming it as a matter of right may not be possible. Disputes between landlords and tenants are typically addressed under state-specific Rent Control Acts, where a Rent Controller or Additional Rent Controller is appointed to handle di ...ReadMore

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icon Can tenant use open parking of society

I live in Mumbai in a rented flat. I have a proper 3-year agreement with 1 year as Frozen (I cannot leave nor the owner can remove me). I am still in my one year. There is a big open place in the soc


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As a tenant, your rights in the society are limited compared to the property owners. Rather than resorting to agitation or litigation, which could prolong the resolution for months or years, consider seeking an amicable settlement for the smooth celebration of your family functions.

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icon Tenancy proof

I have a very small room below staircase in a pagadi house since grandfather and I have old rent receipts as a proof of tenancy and have no other documents to prove ,and builder trying to disapprove t


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You may try your level best by approaching the concerned tribunal or civil Court and get restraint order through local advocates were having deep knowledge in the above subject matter.

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icon Challenge eviction notice on Commercial property

On a commercial leased property, if the landlord issues an eviction notice can the tenant challenge them by asking for the investment compensation used to set the place up? Can the tenant use the prop


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A landlord cannot reclaim possession of rented premises as long as the tenant continues to pay rent or is prepared to do so. Furthermore, the landlord is prohibited from filing a suit for recovery due to non-payment of rent until 90 days have elapsed. This 90-day period begins 15 days after the landlord serves a notice to the tenant, as outlined in Section 106[1] of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882.

Eviction of a tenant is not automatic, and it can only occur if the tenant brea ...ReadMore

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icon PROPERTY ISSUE

MY dad had sold land where the water canal is to be going in the future for that my father got compensation also for that particular land once broker fraud my father giving false statement that you ca


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Upon receiving land compensation from the government under the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, your father may face criminal prosecution if he proceeds to sell the same land to another party. To avoid legal consequences, including potential conviction and penalties, it is advisable to settle the matter outside of court. Encourage your father to repay the amount received to the purchaser and request the withdrawal of any pending criminal case against him. Resolving the issue amicably c ...ReadMore

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icon Rent during notice period

Hi, I have rented out a flat on 10 july2023 and have submitted a deposit of 75k in the first installment and am required to submit 75k in the second installment on or before 5th Feb2024. The rent of t


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A calendar month serves as the notice period in the absence of explicit mention in the tenancy agreement. The rent for the notice period is commonly adjusted with the security deposit unless otherwise specified in the rent agreement. Disputes between landlords and tenants fall under state-specific Rent Control Acts, appointing Rent Controllers or Additional Rent Controllers to address such issues. In the current circumstance, if necessary, you have the option to file an applicatio ...ReadMore

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