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Landlord handed over the shop key on Dec 15th & demanded the rent from that day & it took more than a month for interior setup, business operated on 18th Feb. After running the business for 3 months without much revenue to manage i decided to quit in May18 & informed landlord in advance as notice period. June month shop completely closed & i paid the rent without any income & informed landlord that by month end i will vacate the shop & handover. But landlord says he will not return the deposit till he find new tenant. I believe thats not correct. Pls advice.
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, You need to retort to Legal ways and options against such defaulters.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
Hi, If our lockin period is of 6 months and the contract started from 1st feb, we decide to vacate the flat on rent on 1st july, so should we get back our security deposit fully, if not how much should be deducted, can this be explained?
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, The answer to your query can be given best in terms of the rent agreement. Please share the same for a precise advice.
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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 10 months ago

Will high court will send the case to district court again if district court make a dession without disposing off the application for evidence
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A. Dear Sir, The advice would depend on the case. A precise advice can be given upon sharing the facts in details.
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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 10 months ago

Do high court always in favor of landlord
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A. Dear Sir, Before LAW everyone is equal. When a legal recourse is being adopted by someone then the foremost reason behind the same will be getting "Justice". Justice is given to the person who has been denied the same. The courts (all the courts and not especially high courts including the Supreme Court), have their set up to provide justice. An inclination will defy the entire purpose and thus there cannot be any defined or pre set inclination towards a single side.
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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 10 months ago

In high court what average time is taken to decide a case
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A. Dear Sir, A specific time period cannot be given. The same depends on various factors like the case matter, pendency of matters before the bench, involvement of LAW points etc.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata

Rakesh Gupta

Posted 10 months ago

In high court what time interval Is given between the two hearing
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A. Dear Sir, No prcise time limit can be stated. It all depends on various circumstances and other factors. They all play a role.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
The rental contract is registered at Mehrauli for a property in South Delhi. The tenant stopped paying rent adjusting it against Security deposit. Vacates property without proper handing/taking over, leaving property with considerable damages, defficiencies and unpaid water,IGL,and electricity bills etc. Can any legal action be taken against tenant: 1. For non payment of Rent and recovery thereof with penalty? And How? 2. Or it shall simply be to recover damages/defficiencies etc. Early advice shall be appreciated.
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A. Dear Mam, The liability of the tennant is according to the agreement. You can recover the due amount from the tennant by legal ways.
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In a Family Bungalow, in possession of 2 brothers, 1 brother has rented out his portion of the house to his best friend. This friend / tenant has a car. The brother who resides in that house has objected to the tenant parking his car in the common compound of the family bungalow. He has no problem with the other brother parking his vehicle, but strongly objects to the tenant parking his vehicle there. Nothing about parking is mentioned in the Leave & Licence agreement. Can the tenant park his vehicle in the common compound of the rented premises?
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, Since the tenancy agreement does not speak of the parking area and the parking area and the rented are being different in nature are not to be used simultaneously. You are paying the rent of the house which does not silently includes the parking area. The co-owner cannot object to his brothers parking there as because his brother one co-owner of the house. Since, the objection is lawful and hence you can conatct the landlord for modification in the tenancy agreement. After modification the parking space alotted to you can be used for parking as well.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

The landlord made my false signature on rent agreement,do I can challenge him ,with the bank signature
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, You are connecting two issues together. There has been forgery done by your landlord in the agreement but that cannot be proved by the signature you have registered with the bank records because there is no such obligation that you only can do the signature that is registered with the Bank. It is recommended but not mandatory. There are other ways of tacking this situation. You have to start by sending them a Legal Notice.
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I am staying on a builder floor of 6 floors side by side and i am staying 2nd floor on one side. Out of 6 floors, apart from 2 floors (ground floor on my side and my floor), all other 4 floors with roof are related to single owner. That single owner is well known former politician and when we bought our floor, we forgot to check that the roof access from other side of the building which is in complete control of that single owner. Now, that owner says: - Parking on our side is being owned by him - Roof is in his control so he is now forcing us to get off the water tanks from roof Also, he mentally harrasing us from letting us go to the roof to see the problems occurs with water supply. Water tanks kept on roof is having some leakage due to which the sippage came down and his floors getting damaged. We told him that we are ready to fix the sippage root cause but he just keep on saying get off the water tank from roof. Please help me understand is this at all legally possible for him own the roof (stopping us to go to roof) and the parking space down the building. Also, confirm how to have the issues sorted out.
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A. Dear Sir/ Mam, Please share your purchase agreement for an advice in this regard.
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