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I was stayed up in rented house, it this January (28-01-2019) I have been vacated from there. I was informed orally about vacating to owner 1.5 month before. But in 3/02/2019 she called for giving deposit amount back. Actually after deduction including January month rent, electricity and water bill and all she have return balance amount. But she was deducted extra charges for “February rent” and saying it is for before two month notice period. In agreement says two month before should inform the owner for vacating house. There no words for deduction before notice period for vacating in agreement. The deposit amount is 55000 rupees. She given 28500 rupees after all deduction. Journey month rent -9000 February rent (not in agreement) -9000 Charge for panting (it is there in agreement)-9000 Electricity bill -500 Water charge - 150 Cleaning charge - 500 Then she made round off 26500 rupees. I received the cheque for 28500 rupees. I supposed to get 359850 rupees . Is there any option to get full amount back legally .this type of cheating very common in Bangalore. we out off Bangalore people helpless to do anything
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A. Dear Sir, Yes, you can go to the Court of Law. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Jasmeet Kaur mishra

Posted 4 months ago

Mere landlord ne meri shop pe kabja Kiya aur baad me ex parte stay laga diya. Mera 25 saal purana mobile business hai. There is 25 lakh ka stock in the shop. He did case saying that the shop is his. We have notory deposit of 1lakh 25 thousand rs 25 yrs back. We have electric bill, vat, gst, bank accounts etc all on that address. Case is going on date after date. That is the only source of our income. Three months have passed. Landlord might have stolen the stock and renovated shop by now. Worried. Mentally, physically, financially we are suffering. Any early remedy for that. Rent was given in hand. Since last few months he had stopped taking. So rent was sent by money order that too ws returned.
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A. Dear Madam, Fight the case in the court of law and also look for an alternative place as soon as you can which will be better for you. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Hi Sir, I am need of legal advice, what will be the judgement if some one extended his house in my property/site of about 33percent of land. Suggest me how to go in legal procedure.
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A. Sir, you file a civil suit for easement right by way of which you will get recovery of possession. Before that you should follow the following steps. 1. Police Complaint 2. Send a legal notice to remove or demolish the structure [failing which] 3. You file a civil suit ALSO, you can ask for damages and compensation. . Hope this helped Shreyash Mohta
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

We have taken a shop on rent for a period of 11months. Now the owner of the shop has turned Npa as he has not being paying his EMI for this shop loan for 5 months. However now the bank people are coming on our doorstep. We have heard that the bank can seal the shop. They have issued notices to him under SARFAESI. So he is telling us to pay the EMI to the bank. However we have spent lots of money on the interior and expenses of the shop. Our agreement is till May 2019. Today on discussion we decided to continue till he has our deposit money and not pay him the rent and let it be deducted from the deposit money. Once our deposit money is exhausted we will immediately vacate. But the owner refuses to understand he says either pay the rent or vacate the shop. While giving the shop he had told us that we can run our business for years and years. However in just 5months we are in a bad situation. Now what should we do. We do not have money to go somewhere else and incur losses by again doing so much expenses. We want advise as to what is the next step we should take. We are insecured whether he will give us the deposit once we vacate. He speaks very harshly and it's very difficult to make him understand. We want to wait till 10April 2019 without paying him any further rent and exhaust our deposit and leave. Please advise.
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A. Dear Sir, The bank has vast powers and you may request them to allow you to continue to stay till expiry 10 April 2019. 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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ABHISEK GUHA

Posted 4 months ago

MY FATHER GAVE ON RENT A SHOP IN 1975. MY FATHER DIED IN THE YEAR 2009 AND THE TENANT DIED IN THE YEAR 2008.THE SHOP IS CLOSED FOR ABOUT 15 YEARS . TENANT'S SON HAS HIS OWN BUSINESS DOES NOT OPEN THE SHOP. DOES TENANTS WIFE OR SON HAVE TENANCY RIGHT OVER IT
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A. Immediately u should file evacuation suit.
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Rameshwar Dadhe Exp: 2 Year(s) Aurangabad
Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge Experience: 33 Year(s) Bangalore
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My apartment association is trying to form a new committee They are trying to pick up names in a draw (Chit system) and allocate roles to the new members So, anyone who rejects to take up the role - Association is forcing them to pay 10000 as a fine apart from maintenance Is it legally allowed by an association to collect this fine?
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A. It is illegal activities . U can file complaint against them u
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am staying at a rented apartment (Haryana) which I am going to vacate shortly- after a six month stay. The Landlord has said that he shall not be returning my deposit citing whitewash and repairs as reason. I would like to know the provisions in law, whereby he can do it, alternately - is there any law which makes whitewashing and minor repairs obligatory on the landlord. Lastly under what provisions can he ask for even more money for the above, and is there a particular protocol for it?
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A. Dear Sir, I presume you must have signed an agreement before taking the house. You need to follow the conditions meticulously.If the terms and conditions says regarding payment, then you have to -pay otherwise simply do not bother to pay.Coming to white washing charges, it is the responsibility of the owner. See what is the standard practice there ? Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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I am a 40 yrs old person living with my mother 70 yrs age in our ancestral flat whose rent receipt is in the name of my grand father, i run a tution classes in the said flat with a board outside the building, our landlord didnt took rent from tenants since 2003 as he had legal dispute going on with his brother who also had a share in landlordship, eventually his brother sold his share to two of his friends in 2014 and these new stake holders won the case in 2015. As per the legal decision old landlord is entitled to take rent from july 2003 to sept 2015 and after that all the landlords will mutually take rent, after losing the case the old landlord has a share of 54 percent in landlordship and the other two who won the case have a combined share of 46 percent, my problem is that the old landlord has taken 65000 rs from me of which 50000 are paid through bank check and only 15000 are left to be paid to fulfill the rent payment till sept 2015 but he is demanding commercial rent which goes upto 2-3 lakhs, and not giving me rent receipt saying he has paid tax on commercial basis to the municipal authorities which is a lie as i have the annexure which clearly mentions taxes paid on residential basis, he is avoiding paying rent receipts under this pretext, he wants to harass me. I want to know can he file for eviction in future citing non payment of rent and bonafide requirement or wether this decision can be taken by all the landlords and not he alone although he has 54 percent share in landlordship, pls inform. ( note : other landlords the ones with 46 percent share in landlordship have no problem with me they are genuine people)
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A. Dear Sir, Get in touch with a Real Estate Lawyer of your town/city/ who is well versed in local laws/State laws can guide you better. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

Hello Sir, I wanted to know is there any legal contract for renting some house for 11 months without paying any rent but there will be a bulk amt like 3 lacs which need to be given to landlord until you vacant the place , once you leave that flat 3 lac will be given to you. On that contract there is a condition that I will not charge any interest for those 3lac(tenant) and landlord will not ask for any rent. Please suggest me is it legal
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A. Dear Sir, Your proposal is called leasing the property for 3 years or more. It is fine. Get a document on stamp paper and get it registered if you wish to more secure and transfer the amount only through bank or pay through Cheque or Demand Draft. 11 months period is fixed if you go for monthly rent basis under section 106 of Transfer of Property Act. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya.
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My dad is suffering from mental illness, the property belong to his name..He buyer a property at nallasopara east beside his brother house..Now due to some emergency and to take care of our dad we need sell the property and build the house for my dad at his native place, but his brother is torturing my mom and and giving him bad words whenever she comes to see our house, he even abused the Tennant's who came to see his house one of them being my friend, old help us as local police is not helping me ..We are a small family and I dont earn much that I hire a lawyer..We only have blessing left for those who will help me..
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