Opinion: Without concluding the tenancy period after the tenancy agreement, the landlord cannot demand eviction, but if the tenant does not pay the rent for the last three months or more, the eviction action may be filed because of the non-payment of the rent. The agreement may be registered after the statutory period of 6 months has expired by the payment of stamp duty and the penalty to be quantified by the Registrar. However, it cannot be as high as 10%. 1) It is left to the discretion of muncipal Corporation to renew the lease or not to assume that the deed of tenancy invoked by the applicant has been designated as a tenancy deed/lease agreement may be confiscated and juicy penalties up to 10 times of the unpaid stamp duty may be levied by the stamp collector. It is interesting to note that the Delhi Supreme Court has already ruled, in a recent plea of forlet waiver3, that if the rental file expressly mentions the Force Majeure clause, the tenant can cancel the contract and, therefore, hand over the premises to the landlord. However, if the tenant wishes to retain the premises and there is no force majeure clause in the contract, the tenant may delay the payment of the rent, given the blockage and COVID-19, but cannot request the abandonment of the lease in such situations. You may very well, in the absence of a registered contract, ask him to leave, if he becomes hostile, the situation is beneficial for you. 5) Reging your contract can be carried out within a maximum of 8 months with penalty, your best option is to terminate the existing lease and convince the tenants to go into the leasing budget fee. the Registration Act provides that an unregistered rental right (i) may not affect any property it contains or (ii) may be received as evidence of a transaction relating to that property. These effects are discussed in detail below: the municipality may extend the rental period after the expiry of the term of this lease. [6] See TOPA section 106. A lease of land for agricultural or manufacturing purposes is considered a six-month lessor or taker from one year to the next in the absence of a contract or local law or other use.

with OCI, will this have an impact on the renewal of a lease agreement? The content of this document does not necessarily reflect the views/positions of Khaitan and Co, but remains exclusively that of the authors. For any questions or follow-ups, please contact Khaitan and Co at the legalalerts@khaitanco.com 1.Si we want to distribute the tenant and that we have an appeal to hire, will an unregant rental refusal be a heavy age? 6) If you pay penalties, you can rely on the agreement in court 2. You should submit the facts to the sub-register for registration. If the delay does not exceed 6 months, registration is allowed with the payment of the penalty imposed by the Registrar. Once the deed is registered, it becomes a charter of the rights of the landlord and tenant.