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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

In 1979 my father(a Hindu), had given on rent @300/- a godown to a firm having 4 partners for mfg. and trading in Kolkata. Agreement was signed by all four partners having equal share. In 1982 one partner retired. In 1995 a new MOU was entered, whereby rent increased to 800/- with a clause of 10% increment every 4 years. This agreement was signed by the partner who held 50% share. In the meantime the partnership firm was converted to proprietorship keeping the name same without informing. The Proprietor of the new firm(not a partner earlier) is the son of the partner who held 50% share in the partnership firm and is still alive. The firm used to pay rent by cheque which my father used to deposit in bank. In 2013, my father expired. At the time rent was lying unpaid since past 6 months. I have not taken any rent from him after my father’s death. The property is in the name of my late father. I am the sole legal heir. What should be my legal stand? Can he be evicted?
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A. Tenant always remain teanant. If he paid monthly payment to the landlord
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

My great grantparent have land property After their death in 1970 my grandfather and his two sister name automatically added in property So now who is rightfull in property...my grandfather only or 3 of them?
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A. Dear Client, All the legal heirs are claimants to the ancestral property. Consult a Senior Civil Advocate locally who will tell you the procedure to e followed. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

Hello, We are cultivating our relative's land since 30 years.In 2004, we wanted to buy 1 acre land from them for 3 lakhs and wrote an informal letter (puroni). We paid 1 lakh in 2004 and didn't pay anything till now. My relatives are not willing to sell that land now in 2018 even for 15 lakhs. Can we go to court using that informal letter (puroni) and demand them to sell the land for said money ?
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A. Dear Client, You will be governed by the Tenancy Act of the State where you are located and cultivating the land. Secondly, you can not take advantage . Informal letter will have no meaning in the eyes of law. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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I am a tenant in mumbai under rent control act. Landlord has filed eviction suit that I have done illegal alteration to loft. My room has a mezzanine floor / loft with height 4 feet which is 60% of carpet area but the municipal assessment report does not mention this anywhere. It only mentions carpet area as 180 square feet. It is excluding the mezzanine floor area. The existence of mezzanine floor is also not there in the MCGM assessment report. The carpet area af room is 180 square feet. The mezzanine floor / loft are is additional 90 feet. Is my mezzanine floor illegal because I have claimed that it is there since inception of my tenancy but building plan also shows only 3x3 loft and no mezzanine floor that I have filed in my reply. Will my claim stand in law or will court dismiss my claim?
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A. Dear Sir, Please get in touch with a local Advocate who is well versed in Local Laws and also must have handled the eviction cases. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

Dear legal team. There is a tenant in my father’s commercial property for over 20 years who has now not paid rent for over 5 years since my father fell seriously ill. The tenant is now demanding lot of money (market value of occupied portion of property) to vacate. The rent rate is also low amounts which was set many many years ago so it is not at today’s market rates. Unfortunately the rental agreement has been misplaced. Is there any law which can be used for eviction based on verbal rental agreement? What can be done in this situation? Also, is it not illegal for tenant to ask for money to vacate the premises and for the mental harassment of not willing vacate without giving them lot of money as ransom to vacate? What are the options to evict this difficult tenant?
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A. Dear Client, I have nothing to add than what has already been stated by Mr Kishan Dutt Kalaskar, Retired Judge. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

Dear legal team. There is a tenant in my father’s commercial property for over 20 years who has now not paid rent for over 5 years since my father fell seriously ill. The tenant is now demanding lot of money (market value of occupied portion of property) to vacate. The rent rate is also low amounts which was set many many years ago so it is not at today’s market rates. Unfortunately the rental agreement has been misplaced. Is there any law which can be used for eviction based on verbal rental agreement? What can be done in this situation? Also, is it not illegal for tenant to ask for money to vacate the premises and for the mental harassment of not willing vacate without giving them lot of money as ransom to vacate? What are the options to evict this difficult tenant?
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A. Dear Client, File an Eviction suit immediately and also lodge a complaint for asking excess money for nothing which is quite illegal.Try to get a local Advocate or an through vidhikarya.com to do the job faster. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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My landlord has given me a written notice. Re: Structural changes & alteration in the premises Situated at XXXXX Borivali (W) Mumbai 400092. Sir, I, the above-mentioned named the land road of the premises situated at XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, Borivali (W) Mumbai - 400092. I Hereby Would like to bring to your notice that it has come to our Knowledge that you have made alteration structural changes and have covered the area in the premises as per your needs and requirement without my consent and premises and also put out hoarding which also affects the structure of my building. I would like to point out that the above changes are not as per the BMC rules and regulations and are bad in laws. I hereby request you to re instate the premises and as per the rules and regulations of the concerned authority to avoid any inconvenience to me the near future, failing which I would be forced to intimate the concerned authority, for which you shall be solely held responsible. Hope a wiser counsel serves upon. Thanking you What can be done in this case do we have any option to deal with this? Can we provide architect plan and structural auditor report that no beams and pillars are harmed. Kindly suggest method to deal with this.
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A. Dear Client, Please consult the local property/Real Estate Lawyer well versed in local laws. Alternative is go to the office of Municipal Corporation and they will you what to do next. Sooner it is done it better for both of you. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

Sir Mera jamin ko sdo court civil court Patna high court see degree mil Chuka that aur jiske sath m case chl rha that wo jamin dusre party ko bech Diya aur wo party jabardasti jamin pr kabza kiye hue h aur jb 420 ka case Maine Kiya to Court ne police station m fir likhne k liye bola police station fir likha aur dsp k pass gwahi hua fir v aaj 3 month hone k bad v police arrested Kyu nhi KR rhi h jb bole to bola ki hm apna kaam KR the h av aap btaye ki Kya kre
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A. dear client kindly File a Writ in the Patna High Court and request to complete the Case within a stipulated time frame.
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Mamoun Daniyal

Posted 5 months ago

Sir we ware living in a house from 2006, and since then till 2018 3/4 times it required some work and in house and we paid full or half the amount for all the work, And 4 years back our landlord increased the rent 30% with a promise that he will install a new water tank for tenants personal use separate use, apart from our agreement which was 5% each year and he also didn't made any new agreement! we have paid around 1700 extra each month from last 56 month and till date he didn't kept his promise, last month he said I will not install water tank when asked, he totally said no and after few days he the landlord convince us to evict the house! Sir it will be really helpful if you can guide us in this situation what should we do ? Can we get the amount that we paid extra which was around 1lakh?.
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A. dear client kindly claim for refund. You can also file a complaint against landlord for violation of Agreement/Contract.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

Sir we ware living in a house from 2006, and since then till 2018 3/4 times it required some work and in house and we paid full or half the amount for all the work, And 4 years back our landlord increased the rent 30% with a promise that he will install a new water tank for tenants personal use separate use, apart from our agreement which was 5% each year and he also didn't made any new agreement! we have paid around 1700 extra each month from last 56 month and till date he didn't kept his promise, last month he said I will not install water tank when asked, he totally said no and after few days he the landlord convince us to evict the house! Sir it will be really helpful if you can guide us in this situation what should we do ?
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A. dear client it depends on what contract made with your landlord.kindly provide more details
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