The owners and tenants of Maharashtra have always been entangled in the horns of a dilemma when it comes to licensing and leave agreement. The Agreement is required to be registered in accordance with Section 55 (1) of the Maharashtra Rent Control Act 1999. In paragraph 55, paragraph 2, this responsibility is clearly delegated to the lessor. In addition, Section 55 provides, in the absence of a registered written agreement, for the dispute between the tenant and the conditions under which the premises were either placed on leave and licensed or even leased. According to Section 55 (1), it is clear that only the lease or leave agreement and a licence executed between the lessor and the tenant or licensee must be registered. 3.1 The Maharashtra Rent Control Act, 1999, now covers all holiday and licensing agreements within its scope. The formula for calculating stamp duty on the lease is 0.25% x D, of which D (monthly rental x number of months) – (pre-rent for the period/non-refundable down payment) – (10% x refundable deposit x number of years of contract). The registration of leave and licences is mandatory under Section 55 Maharashtra Rent Control Act, 1999 (MAH. ACT NR. 18 von 2000) (w.e.f. 31-3-2000) Section 55.
The lease must be registered. 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of this Or other statutes, any leave and licensing or lease agreement between the lessor and the tenant or licensee is registered in writing and in accordance with the 1908 Registration Act, after the commencement of this Act. (2) Responsibility for the registration of such a contract rests with the lessor and, in the absence of the registered written agreement, the tenant has priority over the conditions under which the landlord gave or was transferred to him a property on holiday and in license, unless there is evidence to the contrary. 3. Any lessor who violates the provisions of this section is liable to a prison sentence of 3 months or a maximum fine of $5,000 or both if convicted. In the Maharashtra State License, which was ruled by the Indian Easement Act, in 1882. Section 52. ”Licence” is defined as: when a person grants another person or a number of other persons the right to do or do something on or on the land of the funder who, in the absence of such a right, would be unlawful and such a right does not constitute relief or interest in the property, the right is qualified as a licence.