1. Manoj Kumar VS Bihari Lal - 18 Apr 01
Section 25(B) of the Delhi Rent Control Act prescribed is a drastic measure for eviction of tenants particularly, in a statute intended to provide protection to tenants against arbitrary and whimsical action of unscrupulous landlords for their eviction. Therefore, strict interpretation of the provisions is necessary. On a reasonable and purposeful interpretation of the statute, it is clear that if from perusal of the petition for leave to contest and the affidavit filed with it, the Controller finds that the tenant has pleaded a triable case then he shall not refuse leave to contest the case, otherwise the provision is liable to be mis-utilised by unscrupulous landlords to get their tenants evicted easily.
Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958-Section 25(B) r/w Section 14(1)(e)-Eviction on ground ... tenants against arbitrary and whimsical action of unscrupulous landlords for their eviction. ... The provision prescribed is a drastic measure for eviction of tenants particularly, in a statute intended to provide protection to ... Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 ( for short the Act ) seeking eviction of the appellant on the ground of bona fide requirement of ... Subsequently, it transpired that due to some difficulty the sale deed could not be executed. ... Accordingly, eviction order is passed in favour of the petitioner and against the respondent qua the suit premises No. 5A/11004 (
India - Supreme Court
2. Asha Rani Gupta VS Vineet Kumar - 11 Jul 22
Eviction suit – Power to strike off defence is considered to be discretionary which is to be exercised with circumspection but relaxation is reserved for a bonafide tenant and not as a matter of course.
deposit rent on first date of hearing but, has also omitted to deposit accrued rent during pendency of suit – Question of bonafide ... relate with such facts, factors and circumstances where full and punctual compliance had not been made for any bonafide cause as ... and recovery of rent/damages could not enjoy holidays as regards payment of rent – Defendant-respondent has not only omitted to ... Rent Control Act, 1958 and sub section 1 of Section 13 of the Tripura Building Lease and Control Act, 1975. ... The Delhi Rent Control Act, was considered by the Supreme Court in Miss. ... Both these cases related to the operation of Section 15(7) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1957, 4[Hereinafter also referred
India - Supreme Court
3. Sat Pal VS Om Parkash - 08 Dec 06
Eviction-NRI landlord-Bonafide requirement-NRI landlord seeking ejectment under ordinary law-During pendency special provisory come into the force-NRI landlord entitled to file ejectment petition under special provisions of Section 13-B of the Act.
(A) East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act, 1949, Sections 13-B-Eviction-NRI landlord-Bonafide requirement-NRI landlord seeking ejectment ... 13-B-Eviction-NRI landlord-Bonafide personal need-Landlord has to prove-That (i) that he is a Non-resident Indian (ii) that he has ... has other buildings not tenable. ... Control Acts which the underline (underlying ?) ... , 1949 (in short `Rent Act) against the petitioner relating to the residential building. ... the petitioner under the same provisions of Rent Act relating to non-residential building.
India - Punjab
4. Late Mohd. Ahmed (Deceased) through LRs. VS Late Mohd. Ahmed (Deceased) through LRs. - 04 Jun 21
Tenancy and Land laws - Eviction - There is nothing that petitioners have been able to bring forth to indicate that finding has been arrived at by a misreading of facts or omitting relevant evidence or has resulted in any gross injustice being caused. Impugned judgment cannot be interfered.
Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 - Section 14(1)(e) read with Section 25(B) - Indian Evidence Act, 1872 - Section ... by him in year 1965 - Contention of petitioner of eviction petition that he had a large joint family comprising of 18 persons and ... of respondents to the eviction petition, now arrayed as petitioners to present revision petition. ... E-222/88 whereby the eviction petition under Section 14(1)(e) read with Section 25(B) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958, filed ... Rent Control Act, 1958. ... Sharif vide the present revision petition under Section 25(B)(8) of the Delhi Rent Control Act,
India - Delhi
5. N. V. Jagannathan VS Amrut Gowri and another - 05 Jan 94
Bonafide requirement proved.
Tamil Nadu Buildings (Lease and Rent Control) Act, 1960-Section l0(3)(a)(iii)-Petition for eviction by landlord on the of carrying ... petitioner in the eviction petition. ... and Rent Control) Act 18 of 1960 as amended by Act, 23 of 1973 (hereinafter referred to as the Act). ... The sale deed was’ registered on 26. 1983.
India - Madras
6. MADHU SUDAN KAKKAR VS JAWAHAR LAL - 08 Feb 17
Important Point – Petitioner cannot dictate to landlord from which premises he should start his business.
Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 – Section 14(1)(e) – Eviction – Bonafide requirement of landlord – Respondent was not expected to prove ... business away from family business which is being run in family as a partnership concern – Petitioner cannot dictate to landlord ... absolute ownership to tenanted premises but only a title better than tenant – Son of petitioner seeks to establish his own independent ... The present revision petition is filed under Section 25B(8) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 (hereinafter referred to as DRC Act ... eviction order was passed against the petitioner. ... by virtue of sale deed dated 20.11.1978.
India - Delhi
7. PRITAM SHAH VS CLIMATE ENGG. AND MAINTENANCE COMPANY - 23 Jul 87
Delhi Rent Control Act - Section 14(1)(e) — Petitioner holding Indian passport was living abroad. ... He came to India and filed an eviction petition on bonafide requirement. ... of the sale by the petitioner of the property in Navashahr. ... the Delhi Rent Control Act, on the ground of personal bona fide requirements. ... Rent Control Act are attracted to this case in as much as the lease-deed in favour of the owner is dated 1st May, 1981, whereas ... Controller, and allow the petition for eviction filed by the petitioner.
India - Delhi
8. JADISH CHANDER GULATI VS RAM CHAND LAKRAM - 11 Nov 91
asking for recovery of the premises in dispute under Section 14(1)(e) of the Delhi Rent Control Act. ... DELHI RENT CONTROL ACT, 1958 - Section 14(1)(e) read with Section 25B — Section 14(6) — Bona fide requirement — Decree of specific ... suit premises — not when sale deed executed — Section 14(6) will not in way of Petitioner for recovery of premises- ... p align= ... filed a petition for eviction against the respondent under Section 14 (1) (e) read with Section 25b of the Delhi Rent Control Act ... Rent Control Act tho eviction petition was held to be not maintainable and it was dismissed as premature. ... Control Act.
India - Delhi
9. Rajesh Jain VS Qazi Shamim Ahmed - 06 May 15
Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 - Section 14(1)(e), 25-B(8) - Eviction - Bonafide requirement - Maintainability ... Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 - Section 14(1)(e), 25-B(8) - Eviction - Leave to defend - Dismissal - Respondents ... affairs so as not to result in the eviction of the tenant - Eviction petitioner/landlord is the owner - Landlord needs the tenanted ... Subhan Shah (Dead) By LRs & Ors., (2006) 10 SCC 696 is misplaced since the case did not deal with the Delhi Rent Control Act. ... These petitions under the proviso to Section 25-B(8) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 (for short ‘Act’), impugn three separate ... The Delhi Rent Control Act makes no difference between tenants of Wakf and non-Wakf properties
India - Delhi
10. Mohd. Ibrahim VS Mohd. Azam - 06 Jul 05
AP buildings (Lease, Rent and Eviction) Control Act, 1960 – Section 10(2)(i), (v) – Eviction – Denial of Title – Rent Controller ... to decide whether denial is bonafide or not ... Held : While deciding ... the question as to whether the denial of title of the landlord by a tenant is bona fide or not, the Rent Controller is required ... Rent and Eviction) Control Act (for short the Act ) against the petitioner seeking eviction from the premises bearing No. 21 -1 ... the owner of the premises and not entitled to seek eviction. ... B-6 is the unregistered sale deed said to have been executed in favour of the father of the petitioner by the original owner.
India - Andhra