‘Love Thy Neighbour’ is a commandment that everyone should live by. In this era of traffic and troubles, your neighbours are going to the first line of defence against a lot of turbulence. A simple hello to your neighbour can bring in a sense of shared joy that can result in a lot of positives for you. Here are 7 unavoidable reasons for you to get to know your neighbour:
For the limited purpose of this article, the term Millennials will be applied to select individuals. It will be restricted to those who reached adulthood at the turn of the 21st century. Demographically pigeon-holing this definition further, it is the generation succeeding Generation X or the group of individuals who have attained adulthood post the year 2000.
We have noted that there is always reference to Pagdi system when redevelopment is concerned, especially in olden parts of the country. According to Section 56 of Rent Control Act, 1999, this consideration paid to the landlord as a fine, premium or consideration (pagdi) was legalized. The act provides authorization for a tenant to receive any amount in consideration of the abandonment or transfer of his tenancy.
When it comes to renting properties, the first impression is often the last and best impression. A prospective tenant will consider several factors before deciding whether to rent a particular property or not. They consider the neighborhood, proximity to their work places in addition to the budget before they say YES! Thus, the first look of the property plays a significant role.
Landlord-tenant disputes are as old as history. Jesus Christ made a mention of one pertaining to a vineyard in his ‘Parable of the Tenants’. In this digital age disputes are increasingly becoming less personalized; so much so that increasingly inter personal face to face interaction between the owner and the tenant is fast disappearing.
Listed in the Top 10 most cosmopolitan cities in the world by Lonely Planet (2015), Chennai, the Gateway to South India is indeed a fantastic place to live. One of the safest big cities in India, Chennai is an amalgamation of Tamil Culture and young metropolitan crowd which makes it a preferred city for the young and old, the Indians and expats alike.
The recent reports by Colliers International India, a leading global real estate firm, states that nearly 25,000 units have been launched in July-September quarter in tier-1 cities of the country – Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Noida, and Gurgaon. The number indicates 20% growth in housing projects when compared to the same quarter last year.