I gave my home out on rent in Delhi, but now I have lost my rental agreement. What do I have to do now?
There are few of options which you can use. 1) Be salient: -You will get your regular rent after expiring of contract tenant will leave premises and ask for deposit amount you refund the deposit to him.2) Ask copy from tenant, You may ask copy from tenant and 3) You can get the copy of the agreement from registrar’s office too if you have registered with the registrar.
If a tenant never signed a rental agreement and has refused to pay rent for two months in a home with other renters. How does the homeowner go about getting them out of their home?
In the US, a person living in your unit will often be a tenant. You can have different relationships with your tenants. A house catty-corner across from where I live rents spaces in a two-apartment house, and has an individual relationship with each tenant. Here in Indiana, a judge would have no problem with evicting JUST that tenant. Failure to pay rent when due is an almost insurmountable breach of a tenant’s obligations in Indiana and much of the US, and in Indiana you would usually be able to get a tenant out in say three to five weeks. I would go into court right away.It’s also possible to have a collective agreement with a whole group of people. There, one person is responsible for ALL of the rent, OR all tenants have to pay it by chipping in: either/or. If this is a “joint tenancy” of that sort, then the one tenant’s failure to pay is the failure of all of them to pay, and your remedy is to evict all of the tenants. [Of course, you can probably - at least in Indiana, and possibly much of the rest of the US - simply fail to go through with the eviction for the two or three tenants you DO like, and only boot out the one who’s the trouble-maker. It’s not discrimination - treating ne’er-do’wells badly and nice people nicely is not invidious discrimination under American law.]Sadly, in the second scenario above - but not the first - the judge might determine that you’ve been taking partial payments. If you’ve done it long enough, you have reformulated the contract, and you might be stuck for that period of time. To be safe, what you should do is just send a Notice of Change in Terms of Tenancy to all tenants [possibly by registered letter, though an email without a bounce-back might do just fine in many places] indicating that, in the future, no partial payments will be accepted. If the ne’er-do-well then continues not to chip in, refuse the rent from all parties, move to evict everyone, tell the good tenants that the action against them is only a formality, get the ne’er-do-well out by sheriff’s action, and let the good tenants stay under a new agreement.As a side note, when I was a landlord, I never rented person-to-person. I made groups of roommates - in the rare cases I accepted tenancies from them - sign a joint agreement.
How can I get simple rental templates for renting the rooms in my home out that are actually free?
For a start, what is a “rental template”?Second you intend to make money but to do this you need something else, that you expect someone to do for free, the world doesn’t work like that
How can my roommate give me a 30-day notice to move out if she isn't the landlord and there isn't a rental agreement from the owner of the house that we live in?
If you were both on the lease of the apartment then your roommate cannot do that. If your roommate is the leaseholder and then took you on as a roommate then she may ask you to leave But even that would be difficult once you have established residency. If there is no lease at all then your roommate has no more power than you do. So once again you don’t have a right to ask you to leave. The only way around this would be if one party was to get a restraining order from the court. Then the opposite party would have to leave otherwise they would be in violation of that restraining order. Which would result in jail. But even that would be difficult once you have established residency. If there is no lease at all then your roommate has no more power than you do. So once again you don’t have a right to ask you to leave. The only way around this would be if one party was to get a restraining order from the court. Then the opposite party would have to leave otherwise they would be in violation of that restraining order. Which would result in jail
We all know how to clear out a room, but how do you fill one in?
**Tell them there is a wedding.**Learned that the hard way.Everyone and their mother, their mother’s friend, their cousin's friend’s neighbors cousin.They all want the invite. If you love them you’ll invite them. Don’t be a bad person.That person you hung out with twice ten years ago? You mean a lot to him. He’d love to be there.On one hand, it was flattering.Our wedding was some big social event. Like we were royalty. Being invited was some sign of class, social currency achieved in the form of a small overpriced RSVP card you received from the god damn mailman, baby.Or maybe it isn’t wasn’t flattering, maybe this is a domesticated version of the last liferaft.Oh but if only it were women and children only, it would have been so much easier.Because unfortunately, weddings aren’t free.And sure enough, not inviting a cousin 17 steps removed will be drama.So yes, tell them there’s a wedding. Fill the room. Drain the wallet.**Tell them you can see your neighbors having sex through the window.**“Oh, that’s just so wrong. Give them privacy.”Says everyone on the internet.But if 98xVirtueCrusaderx89 was at your house?She’d be right there fogging the window and chuckling with you.**Tell them there’s a puppy.**Watch the girls crawl over each other to go pet the puppy.Hear their asychronous, dischordant chorus of awwwwwws.They become servants of Lord Pupdor, the puppification complete, transfixed by the hypnotic ball of furry cuteness.**Tell old people there are free samples at the grocery store.**Watch them flock in like wild animals. The feeding frenzy begins. Canes are swinging, someone’s fake teeth come sliding across the aisle at your feet.WW2 is still alive and well. The Great Depression never ended.F-ck you Hitler. Feed me some chicken dips.Cheap, old people, love them some free food samples.
How do I fill out a Form 10BA if I lived in two rented homes during the previous year as per the rent agreement? Which address and landlord should I mention in the form?
you should fill out the FORM 10BA, with detail of the rented house, for which you are paying more rent than other.To claim Section 80GG deduction, the following conditions must be fulfilled by the taxpayer:HRA Not Received from Employer:- The taxpayer must not have received any house rent allowance (HRA) from the employer.Not a Home Owner:- The taxpayer or spouse or minor child must not own a house property. In case of a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), the HUF must not own a house property where the taxpayer resides.Form 10BA Declaration:- The taxpayer must file a declaration in Form 10BA that he/she has taken a residence on rent in the previous year and that he/she has no other residence.format of form-10BA:-https://www.webtel.in/Image/Form...Amount of Deduction under Section 80GG:-Maximum deduction under Section 80GG is capped at Rs.60,000. Normally, the deduction under Section 80GG is the lower of the following three amounts :-25% of Adjusted Total IncomeRent Paid minus 10% of Adjusted Total IncomeRs.5000 per Month