Landlord interfering the amenities of tenant

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Landlord interfering the amenities of tenant

Unread postby Admin » Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:09 pm

Landlord not to interfere with amenities enjoyed by the tenant. -
under Cantonment Rent Restriction Act 1963
(l) No landlord shall, without just or sufficient cause cut off or withhold any of the amenities enjoyed by the tenant.

(2) A tenant in occupation of a building may, if the landlord has contravened the provisions of this section, make an application to the Controller complaining of such contravention.

(3) If the Controller, on inquiry finds that the tenant has been in enjoyment of the amenities and that they were cut off or withheld by the landlord without just or sufficient cause, he shall make an order directing the landlord to restore such amenities, or authorising the tenant to provide the same and to incur such expense thereon as the Controller may specify, and any sum so spent by the tenant shall be adjustable against the rent payable by the tenant in respect of that building.
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