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Uttar Pradesh Urban Buildings (Regulation of Letting, Rent and Eviction) Act, 1972
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Format: Hardcover
Pages: 954 pages
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
ISBN: 8170126185
Dimensions: 24.2 CM X 5.53 CM X 16 CM
Publisher Code: B/618
Date Added: 2001-01-01
Search Category: Lawbooks

Overview:

The present well-known commentary while exhaustively dealing with the rent control law in Uttar Pradesh takes into account the major amendments made by U.P. Act No. 5 of 1995 which has far reaching implications.

The volume of litigation relating to the disputes between the landlords and tenants has assumed huge proportions resulting in the enormous growth of case-law. The author has taken great pains to incorporate the latest authoritative decisions and other relevant up-to-date case-law.

The commentary has been presented in the most analytical and systematic manner with detailed synopsis under each section so as to make its study easy and time saving. Each aspect has been dealt with critically, keeping in view the latest case-law, followed by the author 's comments.

This book will prove of immense value to the litigating public as well as to lawyers engaged in the complex legal issues arising between landlords and tenants in Uttar Pradesh.

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  • All India Reporter :

 

      Of all the commentaries available on the Rent Acts of the various States in India, the present one of the U.P. Rent Act (1972) is perhaps the most exhaustive and a self-contained one written in a lucid style, easily intelligible to a common man, be he a landlord or a tenant. No wonder, therefore, that the earlier edition of this book had been so well received by the members of the Bench and the Bar and the litigating public in U.P.

 

  • Pioneer :

 

      This treatise is a unique legal document which will immensely benefit the steadily growing number of the litigating people as well as those lawyers who are engaged in disposing of complex legal cases connected with urban buildings in the State.

 

  • Allahabad Law Journal :

 

    The author has taken great pains to incorporate the latest authoritative decisions and other relevant and up-to-date case-law in this commentary. His manner of handling the subject is very neat, objective, analytically comparative and lucid.
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Table Of Contents:

CHAPTER I : PRELIMINARY

1.    Short title, extent, application and commencement

2.    Exemptions from operation of Act

3.    Special provisions for short term licence

4.    Definitions

CHAPTER II : REGULATION OF RENT

1.    Prohibition of premium and rent payable generally

2.    Rent payable in case of old buildings

3.    Effect of improvement on rent

4.    Liability to pay taxes

5.    Disputes regarding the amount of standard rent, etc.

6.    Determination of standard rent

7.    Revision of rent of commercial buildings let out by public religious institutions

8.    Appeal against an order under Sections [8, 9 and 9-A]

CHAPTER III : REGULATION OF LETTING

1.    Prohibition of letting without allotment order

2.    Deemed vacancy of building in certain cases

3.    Restrictions on occupation of building without allotment or release

4.    Regularisation of occupation of existing tenants

5.    Obligation to intimate vacancy to District Magistrate

6.    Allotment and release of vacant building

7.    Conditions of making allotment order

8.    Appeal against order of allotment or release

9.    Reallotment in the event of landlord abusing the release order

CHAPTER IV : REGULATION AND EVICTION

1.    Bar of suit for eviction of tenant except on specified grounds

2.    Proceedings for release of building under occupation of tenant

3.    Appeal

4.    Enforcement of eviction order

5.    Option of re-entry by tenant

CHAPTER IV-A : SUMMARY TRIAL OF CERTAIN APPLICATIONS

CHAPTER V : REGULATION OF OTHER RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF LANDLORD AND TENANT

1.    Prohibition of sub-letting

2.    Certain obligations of the landlord and tenant

3.    Enforcement of landlord's obligation regarding amenities

4.    Enforcement of landlord's obligation regarding repairs, etc.

5.    Alteration and improvement not to be made by sub-tenant

6.    Tenant's right to get water connection and sanitary fittings installed

7.    Special protection to tenants of buildings destroyed by collective disturbances, etc.

8.    Protection against eviction to certain classes of tenants of land on which building exists

9.    Deposit of rent in court in certain circumstances

CHAPTER VI : PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE

1.    Penalties

2.    Offences by companies

3.    Cognizance of offence

4.    Powers of various authorities and procedure to be followed by them

5.    Application of Sections 4, 5 and 12 of Limitation Act, 1963

CHAPTER VII : MISCELLANEOUS AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

1.    Protection of action taken in good faith

2.    Finality and presumption

3.    Act to override T.P. Act and Civil Procedure Code

4.    Pending suits for eviction relating to buildings brought under regulation for the first time

5.    Pending appeals or revisions in suits for eviction relating to buildings brought under regulation for the first time

6.    Power to make rules

7.    Laying of rules, etc., before the Legislature

8.    Repeal and savings

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