c) If the owner needs the house for himself, the owner is required to inform the tenant in writing at least thirty-five days in advance. In addition, the owner has the right to rent such a house to another person for a maximum period of 3 months without using it himself. However, if the landlord does, the top priority is the tenant. With the tenant`s photo affixed to the contract, the contract must also be signed by at least two witnesses from each party. A copy of the contract is kept by both the landlord and the tenant. Unless otherwise provided in the contract, the tenant is obliged to carry out the repair and maintenance of the rented house if necessary. If the contract requires the landlord to carry out repairs and maintenance, the tenant must inform the landlord in writing in good time. However, if the landlord does not carry out such repair and maintenance, the tenant can do so and make a preliminary estimate and provide the landlord with his written information in advance of 15 days and deduct the amount of rent to be paid. (b) Where the tenant commits an offence prohibited by law in the rented house, a tenant may leave the rented house before the end of the rental period by notifying the owner at least thirty-five days in writing; If a tenant disappears without paying the rent for 3 months or more without notice and has no idea of its location, the landlord must evacuate the house after the request to the municipal office of the local level concerned. * Unless otherwise stated, it is the owner`s obligation to pay taxes and other taxes imposed by law regarding the rented house. If the landlord does not pay tax or other expenses, the tenant must make the payment and deduct the same amount from the rent payable. Apart from the fact that the monthly rent of the house does not exceed twenty thousand rupees, the landlord must enter into a written agreement with the tenant when renting a house, which lists the following issues: If the tenant does not act in accordance with the conditions, the tenant can at any time evict the tenant from the house.
The tenant must provide the owner, no later than after fifteen days, with written information indicating the name and address of the subtenant. The owner of the house has the right to inspect the rented house by notifying the tenant in advance. It is the tenant`s duty to allow the landlord to inspect the house. * If the contract does not provide for a method of payment or payment, the tenant must pay the rent to the landlord within 7 days of the end of each month. Under no circumstances shall the tenant demolish, remove or modify the structure of the rented house without the written consent of the owner. If, without the agreement of the owner, the tenant changes the structure of the rented house, thereby inflicting a loss on the owner, the owner is entitled to claim compensation from the tenant. The landlord has the right to scare the tenant away in the following circumstances: a) If the landlord does not comply with his obligations 2. If the owner of the house evacuates the tenant of the house, the conditions must be met before renting a property: a tenant who rents a house for commercial or industrial purposes takes out the insurance of the house for security purposes. However, if the taxable person does not withdraw insurance from the house and the house is damaged by disasters, riots, fires or other similar reasons, the tenant is responsible for paying for such damage.. . .