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Leave & Licence




I have a flat in Mira Road given on leave & licence. The Agreement expires on 10th July 2010, however, the tenant has been problematic with the payment of rents, and has not paid for the past 4 months. Upon reminding him about the expiry of Agreement on 10th July 2010 and to vacate the flat on or before that date, he says that as per Govt. Law, a tenant can stay a month more even after the expiry of Agreement period( something like grace period). Please advise.

Also, please advise what steps can be taken by me, so that my flat remains safe and not taken over illegally by the tenant.


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Thi is my Post #939


Your query not related to RTI. This forum helps you to get information under RTI But do not provide information.


The Tenant-Landlord disputes are not covered under RTI Act. This is a matter of civil dispute under the jurisdiction of a civil court of that area. If you want to get more information on filing RTI Application with PIO of appropriate authority, for guidance please click the "RTI Guide" button at the top of this page.

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