Eviction only when property sublet without the permission of the landlord.

Jul
31
2017


The Supreme Court in the matter Bhairon Sahai (D) vs. Bishamber Dayal (D) decided on 18th July, 2017, while dealing with a petition under Section 14(1)(b) of Delhi Rent Control Act 1958 has held that Eviction on the grounds of subletting can be sought by a landlord only where the tenant sublets, assigns or otherwise parts with possession without his consent. Parting with the possession of the premises without consent of the landlord was sufficient for eviction of the tenant without getting into the question of sub-letting or assignment.




A tenant cannot be permitted to become the cause for denial of familial pleasures of the landlord #indianlaws

Jul
31
2014


The term bona fide or genuinely refers to a state of mind. Requirement is not a mere desire. The degree of intensity contemplated by "requires" is much higher than in mere desire




Grant of leave to defend under Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958

Jan
2
2014





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