Thu. Mar 4th, 2021

Salim Khan Since Deceased Through … vs Rukmani Devi on 15 January, 2021

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RC.REV. 259/2020 Page 1
2. The respondent-landlady filed an eviction petition under section
14(1)(e) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 (hereinafter referred to as
“the Act”) against the petitioners claiming to be the owner of the Suit
Property comprising of ground floor and first floor. It was stated that
the Suit Property was let out for residential purpose to one Mr. Salim
Khan (predecessor of the petitioners), who expired during the
pendency of the eviction petition. The petitioners being the legal heirs
of Mr. Salim Khan are since contesting the present petition.

3. The respondent claimed title to the property by virtue of a
registered Sale Deed dated 03.09.2010. The family of the respondent,
as stated in the eviction petition, comprised of three sons, three
daughters-in-law, seven grand-children, one unmarried and two
married daughters, and a brother of her deceased husband. All
members other than the married daughters were stated to be dependent
upon respondent for residence/accommodation. It was further stated
that the respondent required the Suit Property for residential bona fide
use of the family of the respondent and had no alternate suitable
accommodation.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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