RENT ACT

Rent act – Eviction on basis of compromise - In cases where protection under a Rent Act is available, no eviction can be ordered unless ground seeking eviction is made out, even if parties had entered into a compromise - Moreover, the invalidity on that count can even be raised in execution - The eviction in terms of the provisions of the Act can be ordered only if the concerned Rent Controller or Court is satisfied that the ground seeking eviction is made out - It has been held by this Court that unless and until ground seeking eviction in terms of the concerned contract is not made out, no eviction of a tenant can be ordered, even if the parties had entered into a compromise. (2018)2 SCeJ 1346

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