Sir, 12yr ago my father has hire a shop on rent he had given 50000rs as pagri that time.
After few years the landlord of the shop died and as he had no son the shop comes under his 2 daughters, in ratio 60:40, now we are thinking to buy that shop, but the two daughters have conflicts between them one is read to sale it onther is not. So what should i do safe my future as my buisness is well setteld. My father is retierd govt employee, and we have whole doucuments of advance amount of 50000rs given as pagri, and monthly rentel reciept of shop on name of my father. So plz suggest me that how can i safe my future so that they can not force me to leave the shop in future or can not do any case. My father age is also 70 so advice me.if it will be keep on rent no problem but if we got the shop it wil be better. Just want that they cant creat any problem for me in futre
Asked in Property Law from Seohara, Uttar Pradesh
1) well if legal heirs are not unanimously agreeing to sell the shop continue as tenant .
2) you cant force the landlord to sell you the shop .
3) continue paying the rentals on time and maintain relations with the landlord
Thanxs sir. But just need to knew that what should i do keep strong my base. If any case happend for leaving the shop. What all documentation should i kept ready if court case happend. As shop landlord is died. And his 2 daughter are the partner of shop.
Asked 3 years ago
1. Though you have paid Rs.50K towards Pagdi, you are a tenant & not the owner,
2. The legal heirs of the shop can very well file an eviction suit against you which also can be contested by you,
3. The best way for you shall be to buy the shop for which you shall have to convince both the owners,
4. Offer some more money to the reluctant owner to lure her to agree to sell the shop.
pay rent by cheques only . insist on rent receipt . dont carry on any alterations without landlord consent