I have an office which my father gave on rent to a person to run an agricultural magazine. He has been using it from past 11 years but has not been paying rent from past few years. My father also had a notary agreement with that person to sell the office which had an expiry period of 6 months which has expired, and in which he was unable to pay the total amount decided. Now when I told him to take the money back that I had received and to vacate the land he filed a false FIR against me and my father.
I would be highly grateful if you would please tell me how can I get the possession of my office.
Asked 7 years ago in Property Law
The agreement stated that the tenant was purchasing the aforesaid land from my father for which he had to pay the total amount mentioned, which he was unable to do. It is important to mention here that the agreement was notarized and not registered. Now according to the agreement the tenant is the defaulter.
The FIR filed by him states that my father has performed breach of trust as my father is no longer ready to sell the tenant the land at the rate the tenant and my father agreed upon previously( at the time of the agreement i.e 2012) and that me and my father threatened him with a gun under the influence of alcohol to vacate the land(which is all false ofcourse)
And no my father did not enter into a rental agreement initially when he rented out the place, it was agreed upon mutually,
Asked 7 years ago