One of the most common in India is land lord and tenant dispute. The landlord-tenant relationship is delicate and needs to be treated with caution. Though a fool proof protection can’t be guaranteed in any situation, some common sense steps are required to be done to mitigate risks. For termination lease agreement or tenancy agreement owner has to give legal notice to vacate the premises .Serving a notice to quit does not always work since these illegal occupants, in any case, are disrespecting all existing tenancy arrangements. The eviction process is a cumber some process for overseas citizens to carry out. Residents consistently ignore eviction notices. For vacating the tents or lease holder one had to approach competent court and file suit for evection.
- Rent/lease agreements should be properly defined, written and signed by both parties
- Registration of these documents is a must.It better to make Rent/lease agreements preferably be of shorter duration – say, not more than 11 months
- Property agreements need to be renewed as and when required. Rental payments should frequently be checked.
Although there are tenancy and rent-related laws in all Indian States conflicts still arise and more so in the case of NRIs who cannot oversee their properties always very well.
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