Ramesh Chandra Bhandari Vs. Ram Singh Salal
Civil Law - Urban Buildings (Regulation of Letting, Rent and Eviction)
U.P. Urban Buildings (Regulation of Letting, Rent and Eviction) Act, 1972, Section 21(1)(a) - Eviction - Bonafide Requirement - High Court allowed the appellant's writ petition by accepting the need of the appellant to be the bona fide need of his son for starting a business in the suit shop - Granting 2 years' time to the respondent to vacate the suit shop - Appellant in the process of litigation for 20 years - In the absence of any justifiable cause alleged by the respondent to prove extreme hardship and further in the absence of any statutory provision or any contract between the parties to that effect, there was no justification on the part of the High Court to exercise its discretion and grant 2 years' time to the respondent to vacate the suit shop - Respondent granted time up to "31st August, 2016" to vacate the suit shop.
Topic(s)-Eviction - Bonafide Requirement - Eviction allowed