Chandigarh Lease Hold of Site and Building Rules, 1973, Rule 9 -
Actual physical possession not handed over - Because peepal tree was standing on the sites - Said tree was removed - Respondents to charge the instalments and ground rent etc. after the
expiry of one year from the said date of removal of the tree. (173) P.L.R.
Chandigarh Lease Hold of Sites and Building Rules 1973 - Application
for having his name transferred as a 75% owner in the records - Shall not be rejected only on the ground of the alleged violations - In the event of the application for transfer being
granted, respondent No.3/S.D.O. shall consider the petitioner's application for compounding the violations in accordance with law - In the event of respondent No.3 despite the said report
coming to the conclusion that the violations are not compoundable, respondent No.3 shall consider whether or not to permit the petitioner to remove/rectify the same. (182) P.L.R.
Chandigarh Lease Hold of Sites and Buildings Rules, 1973 - Notifications
dated 31.03.2006 - Administrator, Union Territory, Chandigarh is pleased to allow all allottees of commercial sites/premises in Chandigarh except Industrial Sites in Industrial Area, Phase-I
and II, Chandigarh, to pursue any trade mentioned in Schedule-II, i.e. (A) New General Trade and (B) New Special Trade Category, appended to the aforesaid rules without applying for
conversion of trade and without paying conversion fee subject to the conditions - Tenant who is in occupation of a site is expected to use the premises for any of the permissible purposes -
The shop in Sector 20 now can be used for any General Trade except that the tenant cannot carry any prohibited trade - A tenant cannot be forced to vacate the premises only for the reason
that an alternative plot is being allotted for a specified category - All trades are permitted in the SCO.(177) P.L.R.