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We have been living in a flat since 1 year and recently we saw a leakage problem into our flat. We told this to our owner but he took almost 15days to respond and then visited the place and humiliated me in front of everyone.Manager of the building confirmed this problem is due to poor material used for construction of building and is seen in many other floors too. So we decided to leave this flat because of this kind of behavior from the owner. So we gave him the notice period for 2 months and now he is not returning our security deposit money. Please suggest what to do??
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A. dear client kindly File a suit for recovery of advance amount.
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We are the landlords. We do not have a formal rental agreement with the tenant. We had borrowed some amount from the tenant, some time ago. Now, the tenant has agreed to vacate the premises, provided that we pay back the amount. I want to know what process and precautions should we take to make his happen. Also important to mention that the tenant has already removed his assets from the premises to somewhere else, and has also not been depositing the rent for a couple of.What could be the steps we can take to ensure a smooth and quick solution?
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A. Getting a written agreement would help you get rid of such a situation.
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Hi Sir/Ma'am, I am staying with my friend in 2BHK in Bangalore. Due to some issues my friend told me to vacate the house. And I have found the new house for me. The Deposit amount was 50,000/- and my friend took 25,000/- from me. He gave the full amount to Landlord and didn't tell that half of the deposit is from me. Now my question is, If my friend refuses to return my Deposit. What would be the legal formalities to take my money back?
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A. Dear client, you have not mentioned the full facts of the case. For details,pl. contact some advocate through vidhikarya.com
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Anonymous

Posted 6 months ago

When a SDM convert ipc 144 convert in 145 in a land dispute between two party
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A. Dear client kindly provide related documents so we can provide you better resolution.
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Shashank Malhotra

Posted 6 months ago

Hi, I rented a 3BHK house for running it as a Guest House. Since, societies generally do not give permission for running a Guest House, I signed the lease only after the owner took permission from the society. But on the first day of my occupancy, the owner called me up and told me that there was a miscommunication and that the society won't let me run a Guest house. She has returned my Advance rent and security deposit but she is refusing to bear the brokerage and other business costs which I have to bear because of her miscommunication with the society. Is there a way to claim this damage from her? The broker on the other hand is also refusing to return the money.
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A. Legal notice would ve first step P
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Dear Sir-I stay in a housing society. A tenant residing on top floor of my building has thrown a water bottle and damaged my balcony shed. When I informed this to the owner, the tenant instead of apologizing, this time threw heavy stones and damaged my shed a second time. Tenant is refusing to pay for the damage.The owner is not taking any action against the tenant. I gave written complaint in society office but they have done nothing. Tenant’s daughter had earlier defecated outside the common lift but society didn’t take any action then too. Our society’s AGM is tomorrow. What action I need to take and against whom to ensure I can recover the damage costs?
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A. Dearsir, pl. send a legal notice for repairing the same .For details, pl. contact some advocate through vidhikarya.com
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I had taken 1 bhk fully furnished flat on Registered company lease for 11 months. I had paid Rs.1L as Security deposit through cheque along with 11 PDCs for monthly rent (Agreement for 11 months Only). After completion of 11 months I had told Landlord i will not renew rent agreement for further 11 months since I will be transferred after 3-4 months. So he agreed with me on exiting rent and I had given him 4month PDCs (Such stay was not under any formal deed). Now I had "given him 30 days notice for "Intent to Vacate" via email in which I had mentioned refund of security deposit clause and also told him to inspect the flat. Now I had given him the possession of flat, on the other hand he had only returned me Rs15k through neft from 3rd party and Rs.50k through 3rd party cheque which was deposited by landlord but it was found stopped after 2-3 days. Now the current position is he is making excuses asking me some time to give security deposit back. Now Almost 6 months has been passed but he is not returning my balance security depost and on the other hand he is now creating new issues e.g., AC/fridge/washing machine is not working. I have told him that I have given him possession of flat after inspection and now its alomost 6 months had been passed and therefore i am not liable for any such issues. So I request you to pls advice up on this matter with your prompt legal advice.
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A. You can send them a legal notice for the same.
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I stay in Pune at a rented apartment for 2 years. I saw leakage in kitchen and the wall getting wet, I informed owner who stays downstairs and told him it may be due to rain, but to avoid spending money, he did not inspect it through plumber or structural engineer and bargained lot of time. Now I decided to leave that apartment and landlord is saying it's not because of rain but Bathroom leakage, Since neighbor also has same problem and our walls are adjoining , I informed landlord it may be due to their bathroom, but now LL is insisting to pay all repair cost of bathroom which may be huge. My question 1) Can owner blame tenant directly for such leakage without proper inspection? 2) If it's due to My bathroom, who is supposed to repair? 3) What are the rights of tenant in such case if Owner is refusing to refund entire Security deposit? Please help Thanks
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A. dear client did you execute a rental or lease agreement with the landlord? If yes then check it there would be specific clauses about who would pay for the maintenance and repair of the leases property.because tenant should know what was the agreement and what is maintenance conditions .leakage is the fault of construction not tenant.
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Dear sir, is it possible to opponent if i take stay from court , the stay from court can stop selling process (benama) of the shop or can a opponent break the stay by anyway?
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A. dear client if second party never complied stay order of court then you can approach to court and file contempt complaint of stay order
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I own an agriculture land at village peth, Dist. Sangli which is located at a distance of 100 meters from village road. In between my land and road a neibours land is there. There is no direct approach road to reach my land, I have to walk only through neibours land. He permit to use his land for walk but don't allow to use vehicle. I requested him for road and against that i am ready to transfer equal land from my area but he is not agree. I requested to pay for the cost of land required for road at market rate but he is not ready. Please guide me how I can get right approach road to my land. also please let me know that this matter comes under which act. Please help.
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A. YOUR matter falls under easement Act as suggested by my colleagues and you can approach local authority for it. for details, please kindly contact an advocate through vidhikarya.com
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