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Offline skg0009

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Tenant creating problem with agreement
« on: May 01, 2018, 10:20:01 PM »

I had given my shop near Asansol(West Bengal) on rent for last 6 years with a agreement of 3 years each. So two times agreement already done. Last agreement expired on July 2017. I dont want to give it for another 3 years, so mutually it was decided that the new agreement will be for 2 years and there will be NO renewal after this as I will take possession for my own use.

The agreement was prepared and send it to my tenant for signing, but he lost it and ask to prepare a fresh one and he will bear the cost for that. Since he already lapsed 6 months in signing back the agreement, I said the new agreement will for 2 years (-) 6 months i.e. for 18 months.

Now my tenant saying He is going to purchase a shop which might be ready in next 2/3 years then he will shift. So he request to keep a renewal option in the agreement and make it for 3 years.

My question, am I bound to keep renewal option in the agreement as per law.

I really don't want to for any court cases as I am working in Kolkata which is 260 kms from my shop.

Looking for your kind suggestion and advice.

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Re: Tenant creating problem with agreement
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2018, 05:52:10 AM »
Dear Sir,

You are not bound to keep the renewal clause in the agreement. Make it a simple agreement for three years and having no renewal clause. you are not bound to keep the renewal clause.

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