I am staying in a place on rent for more than 50 years but i don't have any document neither rent receipt nor any strong documents so i need to acquire that place so how can i do ?
3 Answers from Attorneys
Dear Sir / Madam,
You can acquire the place with the permission of the landlord / landlady if the rent is being paid to him / her, or vide a Court order if the rent is being deposited in the Court all these years.
There is no provision in law for a tenant to acquire the rented property. However, this can possibly happen only way of purchase from the real owner.
you may contact a lawyer and after going through all the documents he would suggest you whether you can claim adverse possession or not.
thanks and regards
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