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A 17(8) order is the one in which the court directs a Tenant to submit rent in the court of law. The tenant is bound to submit rent before 15th day of every month unless specifically ordered by the rent controller to be furnished before 15th.
The tenant is bound to furnish rent as and when directed by the court. On the other hand the tenant has no powers to violate the order of court once 17(8) orders are passed.
If a tenant doest comply with the orders of court, the court cannot spare such tenant even for a single day. The court is bound to pass orders under 17(9) of IRRO 2001 to evict the tenant.
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It is often called as ejectment petition. If the tenant is a rent defaulter, the court is empowered to pass order under section 17 (8) of the IRRO, 2001. Similarly if the tenant contempts to the order of court under section 17(8), the court is duty bound to evict the tenant under section 17(9) of IRRO, 2001.
The court doesnt have powers to let the tenant pay rent in delay. Even a single day's delay in paying rent is unbearable in the world of Rent Controller. The judge hearing and deciding the Eviction Petition is called the Rent Controller. The Rent Controller has limited powers under the statute.
The Rent Controller is bound the evict the tenant within a period of 4 months if the eviction petition is a maintainable one. For further queries feel comfortable to contact us in all kinds of rent matters at email@example.com
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