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I m serving in the army and going on permanent retirement on 31st mar 2012. I have a shop which is on rent with somebody at yamuna Nagar Haryana.Now i m in need of my shop for my own use after retirement,but shopkeeper is not agree to vacate shop in any condition. He is demanding 15.00.000 Rs for vacate the shop in 2 number and i m not in the condition to pay this large amount of money.what can i do for this matter?.

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Asked by Arvind Kumar Dutta, 14 Jan '12 03:21 pm
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After retirement from service you can send a Legal Notice to the Tenant calling him to quit and vacate the shop room for your own use and requirement,if the Tenant would not comply as per notice then file a suit for Eviction of Tenant in Civil Court on reasonable requirement ground.--------------------------Minansu Bhadra,Advocate,Phone:+919836589246
Answered by Minansu Bhadra, 14 Jan '12 04:20 pm

 
  
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It's better you consult an advocate...!
Answered by Dil Se, 14 Jan '12 03:55 pm

 
  
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If you have papers with you,file a complaint..Also you can take this matter to civil court ..Consult a lawyer first
Answered by kumar bhat, 14 Jan '12 03:23 pm

 
  
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