Rent

Ramanalukkal Shareef v. Mohammed

  • Rent

Buildings (Lease and Rent Control) Act, 1965 (Kerala) – Section 11(2)(b), 11(3) and 11(4)(ii) – Once, on the basis of the materials on record, the landlord has succeeded in showing that the need to occupy the premises is natural, real, sincere and honest, and not a ruse to evict the tenant from the said premises, the landlord will certainly be entitled for an order of eviction under Section 11(3) of the Act, of course, subject to the first and second provisos to Section 11(3) of the Act.

Kuniyil Abdulla v. Sadhik @ Jainusadhick

  • Rent

Buildings (Lease and Rent Control) Act, 1965 (Kerala) – Acceptance of rent by the landlord after the forfeiture of a lease on account of the failure by the tenant to accomplish his statutory obligation under Section 11(2)(c) of the Act would not amount to waiver, either express or implied. (2021) 11 KCC 412