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Tenant not vacating and paying Rent for the past 7 monthsTenant not vacating and paying Rent for the past 7 months

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legal question Tenant is not paying Rent for the past 7 months & not vacating the house even after the 11 months agreement is over.
How to recover Rent and vacate him ?

legal answer from lawyer E00307724send notice to him or else complaint in the police station and recover the money for best u can contact wiht us



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legal answer from lawyer E00303568Dear client,
Send him notice through lawyer demanding your money and for vacate.
If he refused than file suit for eviction in court.



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legal answer from lawyer E00320247Send him legal notice first...After that file case in Rent Controlling authority...
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legal answer from lawyer E00007811If the agreement term was completed and if the tenant did not come forward to renew the agreement, it can be understood that he had no interest to continue as tenant. So issue notice to him to pay the arrears and also renew the agreement. If no reply is sent send legal notice asking to vacate the house and clear arrears. I f no action you have to file eviction suit.



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legal answer from lawyer E00320390I have drafts for this specific query and I shall forumulate the same for you and get you in touch with one of the officials from your local police station who would call the tenant for inquiry and ask him to pay the amount.



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legal answer from lawyer E003019921. The tenancy laws in Tamil Nadu have changed from 2017. The new law facilitates speedy resolution of disputes.
2. Under this, you must issue a legal notice and then, file a petition before the rent Authority.
M. K. Viswanath
Advocate, Chennai



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legal answer from lawyer E00000831Dear brother/sister
1. it is unfortunate that you are being cheated and looted by your tenant
2. file a police complaint
3. issue a legal notice to the tenant for vacating the house
4. if he is not responding file a case in the court for evicting him for the reason willful default of the rent
Advocate, A.P.Loganathan, Madras High Court
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