Q: Can a landlord have a tenant evacuate their property by filing an application if there is no written tenancy agreement between the landlord and the tenant? A: No eviction application for the tenant is under the Punjab Rented Premises Act, 2009, unless the rental agreement is written. Therefore, a lawsuit for possession is competent in a civil court. The parties choose the above addresses as their physical addresses for the purpose of providing a notification, payment of any amount and legal action in connection with this property lease. Each party can change the information about its physical addresses at any time, by written notification to the other party. This amendment will come into effect on the 7th day after the other party receives the notification. Any notification that the landlord must send to the tenant is considered valid if it is sent by prepaid recommended letter to the tenant in the property or left by the landlord or his representative at that address, which is considered to be 5 days after the publication by recommended letter or on the day of sending the notification by telephone. Q: If a tenant wants to improve the landlord`s premises, can they do so and will they end up paying more rent because they have made improvements? A: The improvement of the property and each fixing depends on the agreement between the parties. Q: Do leases have to be certified? A: Yes, it has to be said. If the rental agreement is not registered, then tenants and landlords must play well, then they have the right to file a cease-and-deseg order. Q: Who is responsible for registering the lease before the Rent Registrar? A: The lessor is responsible for submitting the contract to the registration before the Chancellor. Q: Is a written agreement necessary to create the relationship between landlord and tenant? A: Yes.
The landlord cannot lease the premises to a tenant unless it is a tenancy agreement. The rental agreement must be written and registered by the tenant. A rental agreement in a tenant`s office is proof of the relationship between the landlord and the tenant. Q: How is the tenant evicted under the Punjab Rented Premises Act, 2009? A: a landlord may request the eviction of the tenant when the term of the tenancy has expired; Tenant failed to pay rent; Tenant has committed a breach of the tenancy agreement; The Tenant has used the premises for purposes that are used by the object for which it was rented and when premises are sublet without the landlord`s permission.