1. If the grantor of the License transfers the property the transferee is not bound by the License.If the Licensee carries out a work of a permanent nature and incurred money in it the Licensor can revoke the License.

  2. The grantor can revoke the License by preventing the access to the property. Breach of leave- License agreement is a sufficient ground for The revocation of the License.

  3. If the Licensee is not vacating the premises even after termination or revocation of his License, then there is a speedy justice system to be availed by the Licensor.

  4. The state government has created a competent authority to deal with the cases arising out of the leave- License agreement.If the Licensee is not vacating the premises, the Licensor can approach the competent authority with an application and the competent authority can summarily evict the Licensee on the basis of the leave- License agreement only.

  5. Breach of leave n license agreement is a sufficient ground for revocation of the license.

—Advocate Avinash Chafekar

Advocate Avinash Chafekar

2 Comments

  1. What is an alterenative if tenant & owner both dont have UID, while doing online registration of leave & licence agreement

  2. You have to visit your taluka SRO office to register your document..

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