we have tenants since last 40 years , and also having court cases with them. I want to know that tenants can have any rights over the relocated house/shops under master plan.
Asked 4 years ago in Property Law from Dehradun, Uttarakhand
for redevelopment you would need tenant consent . after construction is completed you have to offer them possession of the premises . .
Thanks for you reply, but it’s not a matter of redevelopment by owner. It’s a matter of state government who is relocated our property as it comes under master plan for development of city.
Asked 4 years ago
Redevelopment or relocation of a property by state government does not emasculate or diminish the rights of a tenant. He will be entitled to stay in the relocated/redeveloped property in the same manner as in the original property. So the answer to your question is YES.
Means owner doesn't have right to change it's tenant. so how can we get our property back from them after all they all are well settle.
Asked 4 years ago
Not like that he can change the tenant according to his wills and fancy you don't have any right to question him.
if state government is relocating your property then also tenant would be entitled to possession and right to stay in relocated property .
you want to evict your tenant . you can file suit for eviction if youre tenant has not paid rent , has made structural alterations in the tenanted premises etc . contact a local lawyer . merely because tenant is well settled is no ground for eviction
If the owner intends to recover the property from tenant then he has to take recourse to law, meaning thereby he shall file a case for eviction of tenant on the grounds available to him under law such as requirement of property for personal use, etc. That tenant is well settled is no ground in law to oust him from the property.
you will have to a give bonafide resaons to the court thtat why do you want eviction of tenant ,you can claim a eviction on the basis of your bonafide requirement
Advocate, New Delhi