Landlord filed eviction case on tenant


Full Floor under one tenant has been sub divided into 3 parts by old landlord and 3 different rent receipts.middle flat passage 2 walls erected on either sides so that it can divided into 3 parts .its on rs10/-stamp paper but notary not done.new landlord claims it to be unauthorised .Who is right??? Can BMC break the walls ???

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An unregistered document/deed, it is not valid in the eyes of law. For those documents where notarization is mandatory, lack of it can lead to the document being declared legally unenforceable or invalid. If you do not notarize your documents, you are robbing it of a layer of authenticity which could potentially get your document rejected in court cases or similar scenarios.
Notary is important for any document to be legalised and stamped for the purpose.


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