The kul kayda law will not apply for the tenants. A tenant holding a land for 6 years under lease cannot claim ownership under any law or rule. If at all the tenant is approaching the authorities after holding the land in his possession for a substantial period and decides to approach Tahsildar for further formalities on the basis of his long possession, he ma y do so. But the tehsildar also has no power to grant permission to the tenant to purchase land under section 32g of the Bombay tenancy and agricultural lands act 1948. The tribunal has the power to grant permission for the same. If a tenant is willing to purchase, the Tribunal shall, after giving an opportunity to the tenant and landlord and all other persons interested in such land to be heard and after holding an inquiry, determine the purchase price of such land.