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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

Is there any clause where I can help my tenant to have a bonus points or any scheme or any discounts during the tenure of agreement?
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A. Yes sir, you can give possible discounts to your tenant. Say for example 1. 25% discount upon total rent if the tenant pays a years rent in a lump sum 2. One month rent to be discounted in the tenant pays a years rent in lump sum 3. certain discounts if he pays rent in lump sum [6 monthly] 4. Deductions in next year for pre paid rent. Thanks Shreyash Mohta
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

What is the basic duty of a landlord if he is the new beginner of providing his space for rent to a tenant?What will be his 1st duty to step into this business?
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A. If you are renting part of the landlord’s building such as an office block, you may also have a responsibility to contribute to the upkeep and maintenance of common parts of the whole building such as the roof and structural walls, or other things that are used in common with other occupiers of the landlord’s property, such as lifts or a reception area. This is often referred to as service charge. The tenant will also be responsible for the payment of the insurance premium for the premises to cover damage to the premises and also the loss of rent the landlord may suffer if the premises become unusable due to such damage. There can be a cost if you want to transfer the lease, or sub-let part of the property to someone else, as you will usually need the landlord’s written permission, and the landlord can normally claim the cost of considering whether to agree to the transaction and also drafting and agreeing the form of the written permission. Finally, you will usually be responsible for the business rates, utilities and any other outgoings in relation to the premises. 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 clauses do we insert if rent payment is delayed in leave and license agreement of 11 months?
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A. Dear Sir, I have nothing to add after seeing the response of Mr Shreyash Mohta. I endorse all the points. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Can lock in period clause be used in leave and license agreement?
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A. Dear Sir, The answer is yes. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

What is lock in period?What are it's advantages and disadvantages?
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A. Therefore if the lock-in clause in a leave and license agreement states that, in case of breach of the said clause, the licensee is liable to pay the rent for the remaining lock-in period i.e., rent of 33 months, is not really enforceable in a court of law. 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 2 months ago

Sir,can you explain who will pay maintenance in general?The landlord or tenant?
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A. Dear Client, The standard practice is the Tenant will pay for the maintenance but the woek will be executed by the landlord. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Sir,can you explain in details what is leave and license agreement?What are it's advantages and disadvantages? Is it a valid agreement in the eyes of law?
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A. Dear Client, A leave and license agreement is an instrument/agreement wherein the licensor allows the licensee to temporarily occupy and use one portion of immovable property for carrying on his business for residential purposes. The licensor grants the leave and license to the licensee for a minimum period of 11 months and for this, the licensee shall pay to the licensor a fixed amount of license fee/rent money. This agreement has to be mandatorily registered before the sub registrar of assurances at the place of jurisdiction where the property is located. Better to ask your Advocate and he will do the job for you. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Dr. Joseph Varghese

Posted 2 months ago

I am a working individual staying in Mumbai specifically in Navi Mumbai for more than 10years. Since the time I have come to Mumbai, I have been staying as a tenant at different places as per my job requirements. Currently I am facing an issue for which I need legal advice. 2 years back I shifted to a flat which I found affordable in Navi Mumbai. I clearly checked every single detail in the Leave and License Agreement Contract registered by the CIDCO after which I decided to sign along with my Landlord. During my stay at his place, everything went good until the day after 2 years when I informed my Landlord that I wish to vacate his flat due to my job requirement and also because the contract was getting over. However, to my surprise he informed me that he won’t be returning the security deposit back to me stating that there are some unmetered electricity bills against me for my stay of 2 years. Since the beginning of my stay at his flat, I enquired with the owner and also the builder for my monthly cycle of electricity bill when I noticed that I am not receiving it at my door step. After repeated requests, finally the builder informed me that the building does not have separate meters for the flats, but instead have a common meter for the entire building. This was the first time I heard about such a thing and so asked him the reason why it was not stated in the contract which I signed with my Landlord. I also asked him to explain me the way he is planning to charge my monthly electricity bill cycle. Even after repeated reminders and requests to both the builder and the Landlord, none of them provided me any answers to both of my questions. Due to my job requirement and to avoid the burden of shifting to a new place with my family, after the end of 1st year contract with my Landlord, I decided to renew my contract for 1 more year to which my Landlord agreed. However, my Landlord decided to suddenly increase the rent of the flat by almost 30% to which I had to agree because of the same reasons I have stated above. During my renewal of contract with the same Landlord for the 2nd year, I once again asked him about the way he is planning to charge my monthly electricity bill cycle. I had even asked him to provide me with a proof of registered bill or receipt against my name for any unsettled dues, if so any. I was informed by my Landlord that there are no pending dues against my name after which we both signed the Leave and License Agreement Contract registered by the CIDCO for the 2nd consecutive year. After my stay at his flat for 9 months in the 2nd year, I received my 1st copy of monthly cycle of electricity usage bill and I have paid it on time without any hesitation, as it is my responsibility as per the contract signed between me and my Landlord. When I decided to vacate his flat, I called up my Landlord to inform him about the same. Shockingly, he spoke to me over the phone in a very rude manner and also threatened me by saying that he won’t refund me back my security deposit. I asked him the reason for this kind of action being taken against me and my family to which he responded by suddenly disconnecting the call. Few minutes later he called me back saying the reason for him not being ready to refund back my security deposit is because he wants to charge me for the unmetered electricity usage that I may have used from the time of my 1st stay at his flat since my 1st contract. I asked him for a proof of bill or receipt for my electricity usage charged by the MSEB. He replied me saying that no such bills or receipts can be provided since the building had only 1 common meter and hence, he has decided to charge me a monthly average of electricity usage based on the entire building's total monthly electricity usage. I was surprised by his reply as I know there are months where I have been out of town along with my family and the electricity usage was nearly zero. I quickly realized the monthly average electricity usage being said to me by my Landlord for the entire 22 months of my stay is equalling to the security deposit which I had given him. When I had questioned my Landlord regarding the same and informed him that I felt it was illegal to cut my security deposit based on something which I was not informed earlier and also not mentioned anywhere in the contract agreement of both years either. He has not responded properly to my calls thereafter. If it was mentioned in the agreement that I need to pay a monthly unmetered electricity usage bill based on the total metered building's electricity usage, I would have paid it on time thus not keeping any liabilities behind as I know it is my responsibility as a tenant. Please advise me about what I should be doing in this situation. Waiting for a legal advice in anticipation.
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A. Dear Sir, Please brief in your questions as experts cannot go through the same as they cannot devote much time. Your query might be relating to troubles being given by landlord. You have two options. One you may lodge complaint against him or file civil suit against the landlord claiming your amount along with compensation for mental torture caused to you. 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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At the time of company construction, we given our agricultural land. As per the legal agreement they promised us to take permanent employ for the company. My complaint is that they taken us as a service providers like contract based (daily wages). So, we didn’t getting any company utilities. How can I fight against company..?
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A. Dear Sir, You may file a civil suit or approach High Court and get implement the terms of legal agreement executed by the Company. 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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the deals not enter the document but the deals tell by the lord. he couldnt agree with it after the despatch. he also threatening me as made woth out current and water. now i want security from low. plse help me
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A. Dear Madam, You have the option to go to the Civil Court if there is a valid document and also to the consumer court. You can not do anything without paper.Simple. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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