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The Life of Landlords in India

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The life of landlords in India

There is an old say that” FOOLISH BUILD HOUSES AND WISER LIVE THEREIN” and this saying works well in India.

We are a developing nation and we can learn a lot from developed nations but still we are using old laws and regulations. Watching at today’s scenario, we see corruption everywhere and one of the most common corruption is created by tenants.

There are uncountable rental disputes in India and millions of cases are still pending. I am hereby considering tenant as the only villain because they have proved this from centuries.

The most common rental disputes are when the tenant refuses to vacate the landlord’s property and occupy the property permanently. Property here can be a land or shed or shop or house or flat or floor.

Well this is a most common corrupt attempt but still law and order supports tenant in every way. Tenants have numerous grounds on which they get success and landlord is considered a foolish whose duty is to give shelter to the tenants and wash their dirty laundry.

The most common allegation tenants make in the court room are of bad living environment and demerits of the property they have occupied.   Thinking logically, why they take such a property (house, shop, floor, land) on rent which is under developed or is not up to the standards of the tenant. They can look out for another property but they never do that.

In fact they behave like they own the property and consider the property as their permanent residence. In these cases most of the time lawyers get the decision in favor of tenants and landlord is forced to pay more amounts on the maintenance or even construction of the building or shop or whatever it is. The landlord’s financial crises are not taken seriously and if the landlord wants his property back for his own need, he has to file a court case to get his property back.

What kind of law and order is this? A person who has given his property on rent can’t even get his...


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