Commentary on Bombay rents control act
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Commentary on Bombay rents control act (Bombay act no. 57 of 1947) as amended up to date from time to time by Kunwar Dharam Pal Nigam

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Published by Hind Pub. House in Allahabad .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Bombay (State)

Subjects:

  • Rent control -- Bombay (State)

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Edition Notes

Statementwith full commentary, rules & notifications, and allied laws, by Kr. Dharam Pal Nigam.
ContributionsBombay (State).
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 342, 113 p.
Number of Pages342
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5177589M
LC Control Number74906075

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(a) where the standard rent is fixed by the Court or, as the case may be, the Controller under the Bombay Rent Restriction Act, , or the Bombay Rents, Hotel Rates and Lodging House Rates (Control) Act, or the Bombay Rents, Hotel and Lodging House Rates Control Act, , or the Central Provinces and Berar Letting of Houses and Rent. The Maharashtra Rent Control Bill passed with amendments by both the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council, aimed to unify the three different Rent Control Laws, in operation in the State of Maharashtra. The new Act called the Maharashtra Rent Control Act brought about several changes in the Bombay Rent Control Act. This Act does not apply to any premises belonging to the.   In India, the first law was passed in Bombay Presidency in on the model of English law and thereafter in which was repealed and replaced by a comprehensive law called the Bombay Rents, Hotel, and Lodging House Rates Control Act, which has now been repealed and replaced by the Maharashtra Rent Control Act, The Bombay Rent Act (Amendment ) is a trvesty of justice. Under this Act occupiers under valid Leave & Licence Agreements became tenants, insp.

THE MAHARASHTRA RENT CONTROL ACT, (MAH. ACT NO. 18 OF ) (w.e.f. ) An Act to unify, consolidate and amend the law relating to the control of rent and repairs of certain premises and of eviction and for encouraging the construction of new houses by assuring a fair return on the investment by landlords and to provide for the matters. An Act further to amend the Bombay Rents, Hotel and Lodging House Rates Control Act, and to validate certain acts and proceedings thereunder. It ie hereby ensoted in the Thirteenth Year of the Republic. of India as follows: i. This Act may be' called the Bombay Rents. (w.e.f. ) An Act to unify, consolidate and amend the law relating to the control of rent and repairs of certain premises and of eviction and for encouraging the construction of new houses by assuring a fair return on the investment by landlords and to provide for the matters connected with the purposes aforesaid. Delhi Rent Control Act A Commentary. This book is based on the Rent Controls in the country. This Act has been primarily enacteddue to the growth of industrializtion, commercialization, and inflow of the population to the urban areas. No customer reviews for the moment.

On this wording of Section 14(1)(e) of the Delhi Rent Act, the overruling of Phul Rani case is correct. But in the Bombay Rents, Hotel and Lodging House Rates Control Act, the corresponding Section 13(1)(g)—as applicable to Gujarat—reads as under. Delhi and Ajmer Marwara Rent Control Act, In , it was repealed by The Delhi and Ajmer Rent Control Act, which substituted it and ceased the application of rent Acts of other states to certain parts of Delhi. Another attempt was made in to plug certain loopholes of the act. In the same. The book is not a digest of cases; rather it is a complete section-wise commentary on the Delhi Rent Control Act, This book will prove useful not only to practicing lawyers and judiciary but also to law students as well as general public who would like to know about the legal position on rent disputes. Bombay Rents, Hotel and Lodging House Rates Control Act (57 of ), S (3) (a) and 13 (1) (g) - Where a suit for eviction was filed under Bombay Rent Act on the ground contained in Ss. 12(3)(a) and 13(1)(g), i.e. on the ground of non-payment of rent and on the ground of bona fide personal requirement and in the terms of compromise on which.