In 1986, a judgment was rendered in his favour, and then the tenant filed a counter-procedure with another court, which ruled the court concerned in favour of the occupier. In the current scenario, there are no ongoing business, but the lease is ongoing and has concluded 56 years to date and remains 43 years, the tenant gladly uses this land for his store @ rent of 600 PA. The tenant died in 2005, but there is a clause in the rental deed that the tenant can sublet to anyone. The situation is that my grandfather made a registered will in 2013, under which he became the owner of 3 people. 1. His eldest son. 2. His youngest son. 3. Myself (maternal grandson). Q1: Do I have to prove the will registered in court and make an order of succession? Q2: And can the order of succession be removed from the same place as the property, i.e.

Nanded, which is the district headquarters, or do I have to visit higher courts (Metro City or High Court) to get an estate order? F3: As a third owner, I can therefore send a legal reference to the tenant to renounce a 99-year rental agreement. Q4: Ask them to create a new rental deed with a living tenant with fewer years and a decision on rent based on the market price? Q5: Can I send a message in which I call on the tenant to provide a sublease agreement that may have been entered into by the actual tenant? I am the new owner, I am only looking for different legal ways to evacuate the land, to terminate the 99 year old lease deed…