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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

My mother purchased the property of 5.00 acres through registered sale Deed same was implemented in the Revenue Records moreover the concerned Mandal Inspector of Surveys marked the spot with meds and bunds and located our land but now the legal heirs from whom my mother purchased the land with unsocial elements of the society are trying to grab our land the Original suit is pending at Court but local peoples are supporting to them and no one is coming for witness what is the solution now just left behind me
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A. Dear Sir, You may produce your own people as witness and say that they are locals. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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Vamsi Rao

Posted 1 month ago

1. I have an 1500sft 3 bedroom apartment in a complex of 10 biuldings ( 1000 Flats ) which I have given to person who has IT software engineers as PG. 2. They boys are model tenants and there has been no issues to date. 3. The Builder designated this building as Vegetarian block. The Residents are now checking home delivary boys from SWiggy , Zomoto and others to see if any nonveg food ordered and then sending them away if items like biryani is there. 4. Some residents are also harsing me by emails to vacate the flat as its illegal to rent for PG. Being a 3 BD flat there are very few families who can afford the 30000 rent. Query : 1. Is it legally tenable to designate a building as vegetarian block and stop people from eating chicken. 2. Is it illegal for me to rent flat for PG
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A. Dear Sir, It is illegal to designate any building as vegetarian block. Further you are not running any PG centre but only rented out to bachelors which cannot be obstructed by anybody. Get issue a Legal Notice and make them no that the issue will be put on social channels since the matter is very sensitive in respect of beliefs of people and sentiments of the people which attracts criminal offences. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

I am living in a flat we two bachelors I have few queries. 1.After living one year we recently got the agreement renewed with no lock in periid clause I want to vacate the house am I obliged to provide any replacement legally as no such thing is mentioned it is a proper registered aggreement 2.Can my landlord deduct amount of my security 3. For how many months I can live without paying rent legally with asking them to adjust in my security deposit like I have 3 months of deposit
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A. Dear Sir, Normally the landlord may deduct one month rent towards painting charges provided you issues a notice as per the terms of rent agreement. It is better for you to stop payment of rent for next three months after or before service of your notice to avoid future complications. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

Lessee shall make no alterations to the Premises without Lessor's written consent. Any alterations made shall remain on and be surrendered with the Premises on expiration or termination of the term, except, that Lessor can elect within thirty (30) days before expiration of the term, or within ten (10) days after termination of the term, to require Lessee to remove any alterations that Lessee has made to the Premises. If Lessor so elects, Lessee at its expense, shall restore Premises to the condition designated by the Lessor in its election, before the last day of the term, or within thirty (30) days after notice of election is given, whichever is later. can anyone explain this above clause?
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A. Dear Sir, It cannot be explained online you may discuss the matter and get explanations on payment basis with your local lawyer. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

What is premtory hearing?What are it's advantages and disadvantages?
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A. Premptory hearing is a date fixed by the court for the hearing of a particular case. Such a date of hearing cannot be changed under any circumstance. Such a hearing is fixed if the court feels that the case is pending or that a particular person is beyond reasonable time lagging the matter. This date is fixed as to curtail the delay which may take place. Thanks Shreyash Mohta
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Is leave and license valid in West Bengal as per law of west Bengal? Does leave and license agreement automatically considered as lease agreement as per law of west Bengal?
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A. Leave and licence agreements are governed by The Transfer of Property Act and the provisions of the law are applicable in West Bengal. ... But both these steps may be taken only after the expiry of the licence period. A leave and licence agreement for a period less of than 12 months does not require registration
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

Hi my question is that i have property of four shops its a herediatry property and two of them are in rent for past twenty years almost..i want to free that two shops from tenants..so i can sell my all shops..what should i do??
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A. Dear Client, You can ask your tenants to vacate the property. Send them a legal notice stating the reason for which you need the property and to vacate it urgently . if such legal notice is not responded well then you can proceed with a suit for eviction . Thanks.
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Gautam Kapoor

Posted 1 month ago

In a leave and license deed the registration is the responsibility of the landord or tenant and what is the the stamp duty for a deed of five years in Delhi and who pays it?
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A. Generally the burden to pay the stamp duty is upon the tenant and it is he who has to get such a deed registered at his own cost. Stamp Duty varies from state to state and the same can be checked according to the Stamp Duty Act and Rules. Thanks Shreyash Mohta
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Is Registered lease and license agreements of duration less than 11 month covered by rent control laws in India? Is it better not to register lease and license agreements of duration less than 11 month to avoid rent control laws which is highly in favour of tenant. I am not trying to avoid registration cost but want to avoid rent control laws which is highly in favour of tenant.
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A. U should register it minimum 11 months time period for agreement . If u are not prepared any agreement then it's Ur responsibility for any wrong
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Is it easier to Evict a tenant In India if I register lease and license agreements of duration 11 month than not registering the agreement If the agreements have no have no renewal clause in both case.
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A. A lease and licence agreement of 11 months need not be registered. Having said that registration of such an agreement is not compulsory, if you do register it then it does act like valid proof. Coming to the second part of the question. YES, it will definitely be easier to evict a tenant with an 11 month tenure having no renewal clause. This will be easy due to the following reasons. 1. Expiry of Time Period [11 months] 2. No Renewal Clause [That means the agreement ends after 11 months] for renewal one shall make a new agreement or accept rents beyond 11 months 3. Time Barred Agreement Thanks Shreyash Mohta
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