The outstanding importance of the subject of Control of Rent and Eviction is evident from the quantity of litigation in courts on this subject. Due to rapid urbanization, the pressure on the housing accommodation in cities is increasing day by day. Thus such legislation is bound to be continuously involved in litigation.
In this new third edition, all efforts have been made to include latest cases with commentary and all the changes that have taken place in this subject of Rent Control.
The book is not a digest of cases; rather it is a complete sectionwise commentary on the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958.
This book will prove useful not only to practicing lawyers and judiciary but also to law students as well as general public who would like to know about the legal position on rent disputes.