Can a Landlord enter his Tenant’s premises without permission?
Certainly Not! The appropriate remedy and due procedure of Law is through Civil Courts.
If landlord does enter without consent, then he may face similar criminal action like the one mentioned below:
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Read the Facts:
- 11-month rent agreement with Tenant and landlord.
- Tent of 5000/- paid to landlord per month.
- One Wednesday, when tenant was out, the landlord along with daughter entered the premises and broke open the doors.
- When the tenant came to know about this, she lodged a police complaint in police station.
- The landlord and daughter were booked for the offence of Trespassing.
- The house owner was immediately arrested but daughter was not arrested because she threatened the police authorities of committing suicide.
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Now the criminal matter will be pursued in Courts.
As per law, landlord tenant disputes in Chandigarh, Panchkula, and Mohali are of Civil nature and need to be filed in Civil Courts only.
Criminal actions may have adverse bearing on the case.
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