For registering a lease in Delhi, the following documents must be attached with the document so that it can be certified – In Delhi, both tenants and NCR landlords must follow a specific roadmap for registering the lease/lease at home, which is also provided by the Ujer platform. Development of the agreement – Initially, changing the agreement will perhaps be the most important step for both tenants and landlords. Ashok is the owner of a 2 bedroom house. He rents it with a monthly rent of Rs. 8000/- to Mahesh for a period of 11 months. The deposit is Rs.50000/-. You make a lease for a 50 rupee stamp paper. It goes up to five months. Mahesh pays the rent for up to 5 months, then he stops paying the rent and refuses to move. Ashok immediately went to court. The Court of First Instance requisitioned the agreement on stamp duty for the deficit paid and imposed the fine up to 10 times the stamp duty to be paid. . .

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