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  • Civil Revision No. 64 of 2013. Case: Madan Mohan Vs Ishwar Chand. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    Judgment: Rajiv Sharma, J. 1. This petition is directed against the judgment dated 16.10.2012 passed by the Appellate Authority-1, Sirmaur District at Nahan in Rent Appeal No. 117-RA/14 of 2010. "Key facts" necessary for the adjudication of this petition are that t...

  • Writ Petition No. 6798/2011(I). Case: Smt. Kusuma Rathore Vs Sharad Sharma. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. The petitioner aggrieved by order dated 10.01.2011 has filed this petition under Article 227 of the Constitution of India. The grievance of the petitioner/defendant is that in the civil suit for eviction and arrears of rent, the plaintiff/respondent has overvalued the suit, which amounts to abuse of process of law and, therefore, court below sho...

  • C.R. No. 69/2014. Case: Ramnaresh Yadav Vs Triyambak Fatak. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    2. This Civil Revision under section 115 CPC by defendant is directed against the order dated 01/05/2014 in civil suit No. 1A/2014 by VIII Civil Judge, Class-II, Gwalior, defendant's application under Order VII Rule 11 CPC has been rejected. 3. Facts necessary for disposal of this revision petition in narrow compass are that plaintiff has filed a

    ...The instant suit is filed for eviction and arrears of rent under the provisions of the Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to ...

  • Case: Jaychand Vs Smt. Sushila Devi. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. This appeal is preferred by the appellant/defendant under Section 100 of the CPC being aggrieved by the judgment and decree dated 5.7.07 passed by District Judge, Katni in Civil Regular Appeal No. 18-A/05 affirming the judgment and decree dated 16.3.05 passed by Civil Judge Class II Katni in Civil Original Suit No. 10-A/2000 decreeing the suit o...

    ...Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (in short 'the Act'). 2. The facts giving rise to this appeal in short are that ...The appellant committed default in paying the rent and said accommodation was also required by her for the business of her adult son, namely, Ritesh ...

  • C.R. No. 250/2014. Case: K.K. Dixit Vs Madan Gopal Choubey. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    2. Alleging non observance of mandatory provisions contained under Section 23B read with the form specified in the second schedule of Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control Act, 1961 by the Rent Controlling Authority, the applicant calls in question the order dated 7.6.2014 passed by Sub Divisional Officer cum Rent Controlling Authority in Revenue Ca...

  • Housing market in India: a comparison with the US and Spain.

    ..., encouraging construction of properties for rent. In recent years, rationalization of stamp duty ... million in 2012 -highest being in Uttar Pradesh (Annex-2). The government has been taking ... terms of reforms in law related to rent control, urban land ceiling, property rights, and real ... 0.63 Karnataka 1.63 1.02 Kerala 0.76 0.54 Madhya Pradesh 1.29 1.10 Maharashtra 3.72 1.94 Manipur ...

  • Second Appeal No. 682 of 2003. Case: Mohammad Shafi-Ul-Haq Vs Smt. Bilkees Bano and Others. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. This appeal has been filed under section 100 of the CPC by the landlord-plaintiff being aggrieved by judgment dated 16.7.2003 passed by XIII Additional Sessions Judge, Indore in Regular Appeal No. 27-A/ 2003 arising out of Civil Suit No. 546-A/1995 which decreed the suit in favour of the plaintiff by judgment dated 18.2.2002 passed by III Civil

    ... on the ground floor, on the South side one platform, one thatch and an open courtyard and the rent was Rs. 6/- per month. The plaintiff contented that there was a partition between the brothers on ...Accommodation Control Act, 1961?. 3. During the pendency of the appeal tenant defendant Sairabi expired and her legal ...

  • WP-4638-2015. Case: Satya Pal Anand Vs Bal Neketan Nyas and Ors.. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. The petitioner, who has not fulfilled the terms and conditions, subject to which execution of the decree for eviction was stayed by a Bench of this Court in First Appeal, has filed the present petition, under Article 227 of the Constitution of India claiming multiple reliefs, which are reproduced below for the facility of reference:- "(a) In vi...

    ... the submissions made supported with judgments of Hon'ble Supreme Court, the payment of monthly rent be kindly reduced to Rs.75/- per month being the agreed rent as the petitioner is not a trespassed ...In the plaint, it was averred that provisions of M.P. Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act") are inapplicable to the suit premises as it is ...

  • W.P. No. 4592/2014. Case: Purshottam Vs Nandkishore. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    2. This petition under Article 227 of the Constitution of India by plaintiff is directed against the order dated 21/07/2014 passed in civil suit No. 17A/2013 by III Civil Judge, Class-II, Guna District Guna. By the aforesaid order, an application filed by the petitioner/plaintiff under Order VI Rule 17 CPC has been dismissed. 3. Plaintiff has file...

    ..., he has succeeded to the suit property by virtue of being legal heir, on grounds of arrears of rent and bona fide need as envisaged under the provisions of the Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control ...

  • W.P. No. 4555/2014. Case: Purshottam Rathore Vs Sonu. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    2. This petition under Article 227 of the Constitution of India by plaintiff is directed against the order dated 21/07/2014 passed in civil suit No. 18A/2013 by III Civil Judge, Class-II, Guna District Guna. By the aforesaid order, an application filed by the petitioner/plaintiff under Order VI Rule 17 CPC has been dismissed. 3. Plaintiff has file...

    ..., he has succeeded to the suit property by virtue of being legal heir, on grounds of arrears of rent and bona fide need as envisaged under the provisions of the Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control ...

  • C.R. No. 181 of 2008. Case: Kesri Devi and Ors. Vs Hari Dass Sharma. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    2. Material facts necessary for adjudication of this petition are that the Respondent-landlord (hereinafter referred to as "the landlord" for convenience sake) had filed a petition seeking eviction of the Petitioners-tenants (here in after referred to as "the tenants" for brevity sake) on the ground that the demised premises are required by him for...

    ...4. The Learned Rent Controller framed the issues on 07.05.2004. He ordered the ... them relate to interpretation of Section 12(1)(h) of the Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control Act, 1961, it is not necessary to ...

  • Writ Petition No. 2804/2015. Case: Satya Pal Anand Vs Bal Neketan Nyas and Ors.. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. In this petition titled as one under Article 226 read with Articles 14, 19, 21, 215 and 235 of the Constitution of India, the petitioner has prayed for multiple relief's which are reproduced below for the facility of reference: 7. (a) In view of the submissions made above, the impugned order dated 16.12.2014 directing dismissal of the MJC No. 4...

    ...In the plaint, it was averred that provisions of M.P. Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act") are inapplicable to the suit premises as it is ... for eviction and directed the petitioner to vacate the suit premises and to deposit arrears of rent due to respondent No. 1-Trust. 5. The petitioner filed First Appeal No. 1037/12, which was admitted ...

  • RC. Rev. No. 459 of 2012. Case: Balwant Kaur Chaudhary Vs Rambir Singh. Punjab & Haryana High Court

    Judgment: Najmi Waziri, J. 1. This petition impugns an order dated 23.8.2012, whereby the petitioners' petition under Section 14D of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 (the Act) was rejected. The petitioners had sought the eviction of the respondent-tenant from the t...

  • RC.REV. No. 459 of 2012. Case: Balwant Kaur Chaudhary & Anr. Vs Rambir Singh. Delhi High Court

    1. This petition impugns an order dated 23.8.2012, whereby the petitioners'' petition under Section 14D of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 (the Act) was rejected. The petitioners had sought the eviction of the respondent-tenant from the tenanted/suit premises bearing No.31/7, Ramesh Nagar, New Delhi. The respondent/tenant has admitted that vide wr...

  • F.A. No. 349 of 2011. Case: Bhupendra Kant Bhardwaj Vs Rameshchandra Goyal. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. Arguments were heard on I.A. No. 5149/2011 which is filed under Order 41, Rule 5 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 by the appellants/tenants seeking stay of the operation of the impugned judgment and decree dated 3rd November, 2011 in a civil suit instituted by the plaintiff/respondent against appellants for eviction and arrears of rent with

  • CRP No. 67 of 2012. Case: Bijit Roy Vs Khokan Debnath. Gawahati High Court

    Judgment: Utpalendu Bikas Saha, J. 1. The instant revision petition under Article 227 of the Constitution of India is filed by the petitioner, admittedly a tenant under the respondent, challenging the order dated 11.4.2012 passed by the learned Rent Control Revisio...

  • Civil Revision No.: 32/2010. Case: Bimla Goel wife of late Sh. Uttam Chand Goel, r/o Belmount House, Lower Jakhu, Shimla-1, Dinesh Goel son of late Sh. Uttam Chand Goel, r/o Belmount House, Lower Jakhu, Shimla-1, Satish Goel son of of late Sh. Uttam Chand Goel, r/o Belmount House, Lower Jakhu, Shimla-1 and Sandeep Goel son of late Sh. Uttam Chand Goel, r/o Belmount House, Lower Jakhu, Shimla-1 Vs Satpal Sharma s/o Sita Ram Sharma, r/o 13/2 Subzi Mandi, Shimla, H.P.. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    2. Material facts necessary for the adjudication of this petition are that the respondent-landlord (hereinafter referred to as 'landlord' for convenience sake) filed a petition, under section 14 of the H.P. Urban Rent Control Act, 1987 against the petitioners-tenants (hereinafter referred to as 'tenants' for convenience sake). Landlord is owner of

  • F.A. No. 285 of 2002. Case: Bhagwandas (since deceased) now by LRs. and Smt. Meera Bai and Others Vs Ashok Kumar. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. Feeling aggrieved by the judgment and decree dated 28-6-2002 passed by learned First Additional District Judge, Katni in Civil Suit No. 8-A/1994 decreeing the suit of plaintiff/respondent for eviction, this first appeal under section 96 of the Code of Civil Procedure has been filed by the defendant. In brief the case of plaintiff/respondent is t...

    ...Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (for brevity "the Act"). 2. The defendant/appellant filed written-statement and denied ... upon the suit land and therefore, according to him it is a matter of inquiry to whom the rent is to be paid. 3. The learned trial Court on the basis of averments made in the plaint and denial ...

  • First Appeal No. 285/2002. Case: Bhagwandas Vs Ashok Kumar. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. Feeling aggrieved by the judgment and decree dated 28-6-2002 passed by learned First Additional District Judge, Katni in Civil Suit No. 8-A/1994 decreeing the suit of plaintiff/respondent for eviction, this first appeal under Section 96 of the Code of Civil Procedure has been filed by the defendant. In brief the ease of plaintiff/respondent is t...

    ...Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (for brevity "the Act"). 2. The defendant/appellant filed written-statement and denied ... upon the suit land and therefore, according to him it is a matter of inquiry to whom the rent is to be paid. 3. The learned Trial Court on the basis of averments made in the plaint and denial ...

  • M. Cr. C. No. 7348 of 2011. Case: O.T.G. Global Finance Ltd. and Others Vs Mohan Mandelia and Others. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    1. As the grievance raised in the aforesaid two petitions is identical and same, they arc heard together and disposed of by this common order. For facility of reference, facts are being taken from Misc. Cri. Case No. 7348/11. 2. Present petition (Misc. Cri. Case No. 7348/11) is preferred by the petitioners/accused under Section 482 of Cr.PC. havin...

    ... contained in any other law for the time being in force" be deemed to be the gross annual rent for which the building might "reasonably at the time of the assessment be expected to be let from ... rent of a building has been fixed under Section 7 of the Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control Act, and there is nothing to show that there has been fraud or collusion, that would be its ...

  • Case: 1.Harveer Singh and Subalal (Deceased) through his L.Rs., 2.Shri Kishan Singh Tomar Vs 1.Shri Kishan Singh Tomar and Ors., 2.Subalal (Deceased) through his L.Rs. and Ors.. Madhya Pradesh High Court

    2. Subalal, the original plaintiff, instituted a suit for eviction and recovery of arrears of rent on 04.11.1985 against Harveer Singh and Shri Kishan Singh Tomar with allegations that the defendant No. 1 (Harveer Singh) had obtained the suit shop from the plaintiff on rent @ Rs. 400/- per month vide rent note dated 20.02.1980. He sublet it to defe...

  • C. Revision No. 86/2010. Case: Sunita Kahol and others Vs Satpal Sharma. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    1. This is tenant''s revision petition under section 24 (5) of the Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, 1987 against the judgment dated 24.4.2010 passed by the Appellate Authority, Shimla in Civil Misc. Appeal No. 54-S/14 of 2009. 2. Material facts necessary for the adjudication of this petition are that the respondent-landlord (hereinafter

  • Civil Revision No. 180 of 2008. Case: Shiv Prashad Vs Hari Dass Sharma. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    2. Material facts necessary for the adjudication of this petition are that the Respondent-landlord (hereinafter referred to as 'landlord' for convenience sake) filed a petition under Section 14 of the Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, 1987 seeking eviction of the Petitioner-tenant (hereinafter referred to as 'tenant' for convenience 1 Whethe...

  • Civil Revision Petition No. 4038 of 2013. Case: Deepak Boot House and Another Vs Dr. Piyare Lal Sood. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    1. This revision petition is directed against the judgment dated 12.4.2013 rendered by the Appellate Authority in Rent Appeal No. 34-S/14 of 2010. "Key facts" necessary for the adjudication of this petition are that respondent-landlord (hereinafter referred to as the "landlord" for convenience sake) filed a petition for eviction of petitioners-tena...

  • Civil Appeal No. 10316 of 2013 (Arising out of S.L.P. (C) No. 15927 of 2008). Case: Tribhuvanshankar Vs Amrutlal. Supreme Court

    3. The Appellant-Plaintiff instituted Civil Suit No. 259A/86 in the Court of Civil Judge Class-II, Mhow, District Indore, for eviction of the Respondent-Defendant from the suit-premises and for mesne profits. The case of the Appellant-Plaintiff was that he had purchased the suit property vide registered sale deed dated 1.4.1976 on payment of sale c...

    ... judgment and order of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh, Bench at Indore, in Second Appeal No. 33 ... the earlier owner Kishorilal on payment of rent of Rs. 15/- per month. It was averred in the ...Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (for brevity "the Act") to file the ...