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Landlord & Tenant Laws in India

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What is Landlord & Tenant Laws?

What is the need for Landlord & Tenant Laws?

What is Tenancy Agreements?

What are the types of Tenancy Agreements?

How is Landlord & Tenant Laws legally recognized in India?

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About the Landlord & Tenant Laws

The term landlord refers to a person who owns property and allows another person to use it for a fee. The person using the property is called a tenant. The agreement between a landlord and a tenant is called a lease or rental agreement. The landlord and tenant relationship has its roots in Feudalism, a system of land use and ownership that flourished in Europe between the tenth and thirteenth centuries. Under feudalism land was owned and controlled by a military or political sovereign ruler. This ruler gave portions of land he or she owned to another person, called a lord. The lord, in turn, could allow another person, called a vassal, to use smaller portions of the lord's land. The vassal pledged allegiance and military or other service to the lord in exchange for the right to live and work on the land.

Regularizing and Legal Recognition of Landlord & Tenant Laws

The tenancy agreements are of 2 major kinds of tenancy agreements, the lease agreements that are governed as per the Rent Control Laws and the license agreement which aren’t.

There are several applicable laws to this topic with special importance for local laws. Some of the applicable laws include Maharashtra Rent Act 1999, Delhi Rent Act 1995, Tamil Nadu Buildings (Lease and Rental Control) Act 1960, Transfer of Property Act, Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016, Landlord and Tenant Acts, etc. A typical tenancy agreement does not include subleasing.

Both tenants and the landlord enjoy certain rights. The landlord has the right of temporary recovery of possession, to increase the rent, to evict a tenant, to be advised of necessary repairs and so on. The rights of tenants are primarily spoken of in the Residential Tenancies Act, and the Landlord and Tenant Acts 1967 to 1994.

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Advocate Anik

Practice Areas :
Landlord and Tenant | Consumer Protection | Admiralty and Maritime | Arbitration and Mediation | Child Custody |

Advocate Anish Palkar
Mumbai suburban

Practice Areas :
Landlord and Tenant | Documentation | Anticipatory Bail | Corporate and Incorporation | Insurance |

Advocate Meenakshi Periyahkaruppan

Practice Areas :
Landlord and Tenant | Divorce | Child Custody | Cyber, Internet, Information Technology | Trust and Society (NGO) |

Advocate Vivek Tanwar

Practice Areas :
Landlord And Tenant | Banking | Civil | Arbitration and Mediation | Family |

Advocate Rajendra Prasad

Practice Areas :
Landlord And Tenant | Contracts And Agreements | Equipment Finance And Leasing | Property | Trust and Society (NGO) |

Advocate J. P. Singla

Practice Areas :
Landlord and Tenant | Cheque Bounce | Adoption | Juvenile | Industrial Laws |

Advocate Subratha Ray
Central Delhi

Practice Areas :
Landlord And Tenant | Anticipatory Bail | Corporate And Incorporation | Child Custody | Civil |