In such cases, relief can be got from the courts and in certain cases from special designated courts under specific laws including Punjab Rent Control Act 1995 to file the eviction suits. The latest judgements of the High Court / Supreme Courts are now favourable inclined towards landlords. Punjab government has taken lead in respect of landed property of the NRI and have given the option to seek the eviction of tenant from Ancestral property and the land acquired by the NRI for more than 5 years. For this purpose Punjab government has amended the relevant laws, i.e PEPSU Tenancy and Agricultural Land Act 2013 and Punjab Security of Land tenures Act 2013. Under these amended acts tenants can be evicted from land in question on expiry of the rent deeds by filing suits in the court of Sub Divisional Magistrate when previously it was very difficult to get tenant evicted as the un-amended Act was supporting the tenants and the case was to be filed before the court of Judicial Magistrate who were busy with other court works.
Our company would file the cases of tenancy dispute for their logical solution at the earliest.
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It is commonly seen that tenants in India especially in Punjab and Chandigarh that tenants take advantage of the NRI’s absence. They neither pay rent nor give possession of the property even after expiry of
the rent deed. Incase No such deed was prepared at the time of renting, the consequences are not difficult to imagine.
At NRI Helpline, we have the required experience, knowledge and proven track record of solving these cases through legal recourse. Our skill can come in handy while solving such cases.