Lease agreement-owner violated the lease agreement rules Lease agreement-owner violated the lease agreement rules

The owner violated the lease agreement rules that not to build another house in the building ,but he is doing it ,he agreed to give independent house but now trying to build another house ,can I fight

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear client,
If you are involved in the lease agreement and if the owner has violated the rules of the agreement that existed between you and them, then you may go ahead and ask for a cancellation of the deed or any compensation that the owner must pay you for violating the agreement.
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Documents for Commercial Rental Agreement Documents for Commercial Rental Agreement

My landlord is asking for my GST certificate copy to provide me the Rental Agreement. I have already submitted my Aadhar card and Certificate of Incorporation copy to him plus the Pancard. Is GST man

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
If you are taking a commercial place on rent then the landlord is going to apply the GST charges on the rent which you will have to pay. If you do not have the GST certificate then it does not matter he can go ahead and charge the same but if you have the GST certificate then you can take the input credit benefit on this.

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Mutation Mutation

Mutation stay kaise karwaye

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear client,
You can write a letter to the Land and Revenue Officer in order to get a mutation stay. In case you still do not get a mutation stay despite sending the land and revenue officer the details then you file a case against the officer and make the person who is doing mutation a proforma party.
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Dispute b/w Tenant & Landlord on Security Deposit & Repairs Dispute b/w Tenant & Landlord on Security Deposit & Repairs

Hi, I shifted out 10 days ago from a flat in Gurgaon that I rented for three and a half years. While moving out, I discussed with the landlord's agent on a few minor things which required repair & acc

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Posted 4 months ago


A. You need to be careful with this situation as mostly the landlords do not repay the security deposit and also in your case he is asking for painting and polishing the floor, which is too much.
If he is not paying you the security deposit in few days then send him a legal notice to recover that.
yes what he is asking you is unfair unless it was mentioned in the rent agreement.

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Can we have backdated rent agreement? Can we have backdated rent agreement?

1.) Can we have backdated rent agreement? For eg, I want a rent agreement from May 2021 to March 2022 and I want to create a rent agreement in September i.e. current month. Is it possible? 2.) As I wa

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hi,
It is better to execute the agreement on the present date and make the agreement valid from the date you mentioned above as otherwise, it may lead to unnecessary litigation in the future.
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How to claim occupancy How to claim occupancy

I've been staying at an rented apartment in Punefor 15 years and the first, 11 months rental agreement executed in 2006 was never renewed or re-registered. The landlord lady passed away an year back

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hi,
Since you have been staying there for more than 12 years, you can use the defense of adverse possession. Adverse possession may be a term that’s utilized in our legal system when someone acquires ownership of movable or immovable property by continuous use of it. Please contact a lawyer for further advice.
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Problem with Tenant Problem with Tenant

Dear Sir/Mam, we have given our house for rent to a family and he is not paying rent since past 6 months, also he is not available in our city(jagtial) he went to some other village and he is not pic

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hi,
You may send a legal notice of eviction since asper the rent and tenancy laws in India, the landlord can evict the tenant if he has not paid the rent that is due. If the legal notice is not acknowledged, then a case can be pursued against such an individual.
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Landlord not accepting the rent!! Landlord not accepting the rent!!

Hello, My mother owns a pagadi system 1RK(Basically on a terrace) in a 2 - storey building situated at Kopar - Dombivli. We never accommodated(but kept subtenant once for approx 1 year) and the room i

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hi,
Usually, all the minor issues like leakage, fixing of minor structures like bathroom fittings etc are usually handled by the tenant except certain major structural changes like changing of tiles or breaking down of walls to fix the pipes etc. You have also mentioned that there was a plan in place which got delayed, since the landlord himself asked you to refrain, it is the duty of him to get the issues resolved. Since the key is lies with the landlord and the rent is also not being paid, the ...ReadMore

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Rental agreement Rental agreement

My doctor friend who took rent for his hospital but the owner said he will provide the agreement rental paper after few days but due to covid he didn't gave any agreement paper but now he's saying to

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Posted 4 months ago


A. The absence of the rental agreement complicates the matter but if rent has been paid by the person for the relevant time period, the record of the same can be used to legitimize his case. Thanks.
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Housing society forcefully collecting funds for New Ideas / Purchases Housing society forcefully collecting funds for New Ideas / Purchases

I live in a housing society /apartment at Bangalore containing 1300+ apartments. For any new purchase by society management above 10Lakhs bye law requires approval from owners with 2/3 majority. A spe

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Hi,
You can move legally if it it contrary to the bi-laws you are following. You can move to High court and get justice. If there is any ambiguity in any of the provisions in the bi-laws, you can approach the court and seek court's interference.
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