Rent Recall Notice

Complete details about the LANDLORD

Complete details about the Tenant.


Complete details about the Property



While we talk a lot about the rights of a tenant and how to safeguard them, there is other side of the transaction, too. A landlord. Under the rental laws in India, there are several rights that safeguard the interests of a landlord, too.

The Rent Control Act is one important act passed by the Hon’ble Government of India in the year 1948, post which several states have undertaken various modifications to the same. The act, however, seen as pro-tenant, also, talks about the protection of rights of the landlords.

Considering the said amendment in to the act, Landlord is now at liberty to initiate appropriate legal proceedings against the wrong doer tenants and one such primary step is of recalling the rental amount from the tenant by the landlord.


To draft such Rent Recall Notice, Team Nyayasevak has introduced this unique feature of drafting the said notice by merely filling up the blanks. Once the complete sequences of questions are answered and once the complete requisite information’s are rightly provided by the user, our eminent team of experts will go through the same and after scrutinizing it completely, you are free to generate the documents in PDF and/or take print out of the same. 

Our eminent team of experts will guide you on each and every phase of drafting the rent recall notice by your own from our online portal and if needed will suggest you the necessary modifications, if any.


In short, once a break notice is served it cannot be withdrawn by the tenant and even withdrawal with the consent of the other party will not prevent the lease from coming to an end on the break date.
30 day notice of termination of a tenancy with respect to the month-to-month lease that you are writing about means that as of the date the tenant dates the notice of termination, he or she will have 30 days remaining on the lease due to failure in paying the rent amount.
The amount of time a tenant is given before they must leave a property is called 'notice'. The amount of notice you need to give your tenant depends on how long they've lived in the property. If it's 6 months or less, you need to give 28 days' notice.
Your landlord is under no legal obligation to allow you to rescind the notice. However, if you wish to remain in the rental property after delivering a move-out notice, contact the landlord immediately and explain your situation. You can always negotiate your way out of the situation.


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