TENANCY AGREEMENT

This Tenancy agreement is made at Karachi on this _______ day of
________.
Between
_____________ son of ________ Muslim, Adult, holding CNIC
__________resident of House No. ______________, Karachi hereinafter
called the first part and as Landlord.
AND
____________ son of ___________, Muslim, adult, holding CNIC
_____________resident of House No. ____________________________,
Karachi hereinafter called the second part and as Tenant.
AND WHEREAS the first party is the absolutely owner of a House
No. ______________________, Karachi and has agreed to give on rent the
said property / house on the term and condition mentioned below.
1. That the tenant has agreed to pay Rs.______/= only as monthly rent in
advance on 10th of each month.
2. That a tenant / second party has paid s sum of Rs.________/= to the
landlord/ First Party as fixed deposit security previously which will be
return after the expiry of the agreement and after deducting if any.
3. That the fixed deposit will be refunded by the landlord / First Party to
the tenant / Second Party at the time of vacant / termination of the
house / Rented Premises and Rented premises will be handed over to
the First Party / Landlord in sound condition to the first party.
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4. That the period of a tenancy will be for eleven months which has been
started from _____________ and will be ended on
________________. After this period the fresh agreement can be made
/renewed with the consent of both parties.
5. That the second party / tenant shall not demolish / alter or damage the
said premises or remove any installation during the period of the
tenancy without the prior consent of the first party in writing or as the
case may be.
6. That second party / Tenant permits the first party / Landlord or his
agent to inspect the said rented premises at any reasonable time prior
arrangement.
7. That the second party / Tenant shall not sub-let the said house to any
person(s) / society / institution on any terms whatsoever it may be.
8. That at any time in case either or the party desirous to terminate /
vacate the tenancy such party shall give notice Prior Two months in
writing to the other party and that shall be final binding on the both
parties.
9. That the second party / tenant shall keep and maintain the said house /
rented premises in good condition and he shall look after the said house
/ rented premises with reasonable care and shall be exclusively
responsible for the repair occasioned by use of the house.
10. That the said rented house will be used only for residential purpose and
will not be use for commercial use and the second party will not store
any kind of blast and thud materials in the rented house at any cost.
11. That the electricity bill and sui gas bill be paid by the second party
directly to the concern department if in case of any failure of arrears
remain continue during the tenancy tenure the said bill amount shall be
adjusted from the security deposit.
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IN WITNESSES WHERREOF the parties above named have set and
subscribed their respective hands at Karachi on the day month and year first
above mentioned.

Preparation of Power Attorney in Karachi Pakistan

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Procedure Obtaining Approved plan for Construction in Karachi Pakistan

An application form must be submitted to the Karachi Building Control Authority (KBCA) along with the following documents:

1. A building plan, together with:
a. Full particulars of the land plot with a specification of its intended use (residential, commercial);
b. Two sets of all documents relating to the plot and a letter from the relevant authority confirming the title or land use, the plot dimensions, and the possible existence of any road widening, cut line, or reservation.

2. A plan description:
a. Any proposed and/or revised addition and/or alteration;
b. Any previous approval, if applicable;
c. Details of any litigation relating to the plot.

Note: The drawings should show plans, sections, and elevations, together with other necessary details pertaining to RCC elements, joinery work, covered areas, and the like, of every floor, including the basement, if there is one. In addition, a block plan of the site, drawn to a scale of not less than 1:500 (1”:8’) should be included. Such plan and sections should show the building’s intended use; the access to and from the various parts of the building; the position dimensions; the means of ventilation; the proposed plinth height; the superstructure at each floor level; and the dimensions and descriptions of all the walls, floors, roofs, staircases, elevators, and the like.

3. A description of the proposed construction:
a. Type of building;
b. Total floor area;
c. Number of floors;
d. Number of units (for public sale projects only);
e. Parking spaces;
f. Area of amenity space.

4. Particulars of the licensed professionals employed to prepare the plan and supervise the work:
a. Name;
b. License number/professional registration number from the Public Engineering Council (PEC);
c. National identity card number;
d. Mailing and permanent address and telephone number;
e. Office address and telephone number.

5. A specification of the building’s intended use (i.e., whether it is destined for public sale).

6. A list of other documents to be attached to the application (photocopies should be duly attested by the professional):
a. Lease/sale deed, allotment order, mutation (or transfer) order (or extract);
b. Possession order;
c. Acknowledgment of possession;
d. Site plan;
e. No-objection certificate (NOC), if applicable;
f. National identity card;
g. Letter from the owner, or the owner’s attorney, authorizing a named professional whose license or registration number should also be provided, to complete and comply with the requirements of the Sindh Building Control Ordinance of 1979 (and amendments), and with the requirements of the Karachi Building and Town Planning Regulations of 2002 (and amendments). The letter should also indicate that a plinth certificate notice will be provided at the completion of the plinth level as required under Section 3-2.10 of the Karachi Building and Town Planning Regulations of 2002. The letter should also specify that the owner will abide by all the aforementioned rules and regulations, and it must be signed by the owner or the owner’s attorney, contain his or her national identity card number, email address, mailing and permanent address, and telephone number as well as the signature and particulars of the architect and structural engineer.

7. A form specifying the architect’s and structural engineer’s undertaking:
The KBCA operates under the Sindh Building Control Ordinance 1979, and falls under the control of the Minister for Local Government, Katchi Abadis and Spatial Development Department, Government of Sindh. The Minister for Local Government, Katchi Abadis and Spatial Development Department acts as chief executive of KBCA.

If the property is in a military cantonment jurisdiction, the company must send the documents to the Cantonment Board, which takes about 30 days. The model considered here assumes that the property is not located in this type of jurisdiction.

Irfan Mir Halepaota & Associates has been ranked as one of the top and Best Corporate Law Firms in Pakistan by the Legal 500, HG and other International Directories of Law Firm.

 

SALE, PURCHASE AND TRANSFER OF PROPERTY REAL ESTATE IN PAKISTAN

SALE, PURCHASE AND TRANSFER OF PROPERTY/REAL ESTATE IN PAKISTAN

OUR LAW FIRM advises and assists clients in sale, purchase and leasing of commercial, agricultural and residential properties in Karachi, Paksitan. We successfully complete the whole process of verification and registration of title documents, procurement of revenue documents “Farad” and get mutation of names in the revenue record.

In developed countries people sell, purchase and transfer property through Law Firms and get avoid from fraud and legal complications. But unfortunately in Pakistan, people directly go for this business, without verification of the title deeds and legal status of the property and get trapped in frauds and legal complications.

After visiting the properties shown by Estate Agent or Property Consultants. The best and safe way to sell, purchase and transfer of property is firstly to consult with lawyer for verification and checking the legal status of the property and then to enter into full written agreement by setting out all the terms and conditions in it. This would save you from property frauds, legal complications and loss of your money.

We initiate speedy legal proceedings against the offenders of Land Grabbing, Illegal Possession of property and Transfer of property by fraudulent manner.

OUR Law Firm provides clients with the best legal services to handle business transactions and deals of all sizes, including contracts and/or agreements pertaining to buying and selling property, leasing for the lessee or lessor, sales and maintenance of real estate and farms and vacant land.

OUR Law Firm has a wide range of practice areas in relation to registration. We guide clients in accordance with the Registration Laws of the Real Estate applicable in Pakistan. In collaboration with our partners, we empower clients to obtain the rights on their ownerships.

OUR Law Firm has experienced litigators, who appear for clients before all levels of the Pakistani courts in order to fight on behalf of them, for both the plaintiff and the defendant, before all stages of arbitration panels and the various forms of the ADR as well as representing them in all attempts to attain an amicable settlement with their opponents.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

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Law Firm in Pakistan dealing with Civil Litigation, Commercial, Intellectual Property, Real Estate and Family Laws of Pakistan.
E-26, Glass Tower, Clifton
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +92 321 205 7582


Rights of Tenant under Sindh Rented Premises Ordinance

There are also rights of Tenant under the Sindh Rented Premises Ordinance.

Tenant must ensure that he makes payment of the rent either through a crossed cheque, or where payment is made through some other mode, then a receipt must be obtained from the landlord. In case the landlord unlawfully or unjustifiably attempts to evict the tenant, the tenant may file a case in the competent court of law in Karachi in addition to availing other legal remedies as advised by his counsel.

Generally Landlord pressurize the Tenant to execute tenancy agreement for 11 months only, by saying and making estate agent as witness that this is law to execute agreement for 11 months only. There is nothing mentioned in any law book that the tenancy agreement must be executed for eleven months only.

Under the Law rent of the premises is to be increased 10 per cent after every eleven months. It is also an other practice is available in Karachi which is in violation of Sindh rented premises ordinance, that the landlord pressurizes the tenant to enhance rent at 10 per cent after every eleven months.

As per Law rent is to be increased 30 percent after completion of three months, in this way landlord increase rent as per his choice after eleven months which is totally illegal and unjustified, the tenant can claim for recovery of amount which is received by landlord in violation of law.

The tenant can also apply for fixation of fair rent if the landlord is receiving rent more then market value prevailing in locality.

There are many other rights available to the tenant, which can be discussed in detailed.

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates

Karachi Office

Office # E-26, Executive Floor,
Glass Tower,
Khayaban-e-Iqbal (Clifton Road),
Teen Talwar, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh,
Pakistan.

Telephone No.  +92-21-35642634
Mobile Phone No. +92-321-2057582
Mobile Phone No. +92-300-8233580

Email: info@irfanlaw.com
Website: https://www.irfanlaw.com

You can Contact Us for detailed consultation.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Telephone: 0321-2057582

Regular Website:  https://www.irfanlaw.com

 

 

Law Firm based in Karachi and Islamabad having well experienced Advocates and Lawyers in the fields of Civil Litigation and Property Law.
E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +923212057582

Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad. The Registry of the Supreme Court is also at Karachi.

Property Disputes Settlement in Karachi

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates is a leading Law Firm in Karachi, Pakistan, which is well known to resolve all types of the disputes of Real Estates sale or purchase of Distress Properties in Karachi, Pakistan. We can clear and solve any kind of disputes related to your property, because the word “impossible” is not available for lawful owner of the property and person who has actual right, we believe when there is a will, there is a way.

Today in Real Estates and Properties, there are so many types of disputes like there may be disputes between family members, fake-forged and fabricated documents, rights of partition, Forceful occupation, Forceful Trespassing, Landlord and Tenant disputes, back steps from sale agreements, shortage of finance, Collaboration Dispute, Multiple sale of the same property, pending litigation, bank mortgage, private loan, private mortgage etc. creating a bad name of your valuable property in the market.

All the Real Estates with any of aforesaid dispute can be resolved by adopting proper procedure of law by taking care of in all respects for clearing all the disputes. All the disputes are taken care of by Well Experienced, Expert and Able Professionals Lawyers to resolve as per property Laws of Pakistan.

Honesty, Transparency and Secrecy of Every transaction and dealing is the basis of our success in the society.

We are skilled and professionally qualified team lawyers undertakes personal pain for their respective clients, with full attention, understanding all aspects and sensitiveness of the client’s Requirements in order to provide complete satisfaction to their Clients. We charge as per the seriousness and nature of dispute and our efforts made for resolving the same.

 

You can Contact Us for detailed consultation.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Telephone: 0321-2057582

Regular Website:  https://www.irfanlaw.com

Law Firm based in Karachi and Islamabad having well experienced Advocates and Lawyers in the fields of Civil Litigation and Property Law.
E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +923212057582

Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad. The Registry of the Supreme Court is also at Karachi.

Legal Notice

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates believe that disputes can be resolved by negotiations, conferences by dedicated efforts in a cost effect way.  Hence we always endeavor to resolve disputes by initiating negotiations or by cautioning other party to settle out of court by way of Legal Notices. If no positive response is received after legal notice then matter is to be taken up in the court of Law.

We are commonly engaged by our clients to issue legal notices for recovery matters, default in installment of a financial facility, default in payment schedule, breach of terms and conditions of contracts and guarantees, violations of constitutional provisions of Pakistan and matters of libel and slander under the Law of Tort and Defamation.

Hence upon excessive demand and  wide range of our clients we are also now facilitating our clients to furnish instruction for issuance of legal notices online. This service is introduced in Pakistan for the first time by our Law Firm and we are proud to lead our Nation in the field of Law.

What we can do online for you?

  1. Draft Legal Notices.
  2. Draft Reply to Legal Notices.
  3. Draft Public Notices.

How to Engage us?

This document can be drafted and be made available for Rs. 10,000 (Pak Rupees). Including all delivery charges in Pakistan. Please note that if more than Carbon Copies to more than two recipients will be charged at Rs. 1000/- per five recipients.
You can choose to have your documents emailed to you, or sent to the recipient by first class post. We aim to prepare your documents by the end of the three working days, although in practice we normally start preparing your document within hours of receiving payment.

You can Contact Us for detailed consultation.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Telephone: 0321-2057582

Regular Website:  https://www.irfanlaw.com

Law Firm based in Karachi and Islamabad having well experienced Advocates and Lawyers in the fields of Civil Litigation and Property Law.
E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +923212057582

Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad. The Registry of the Supreme Court is also at Karachi.

 

Can I Save My House From Foreclosure in Karachi Pakistan, If the Auction Date Is Only a Few Weeks Away?

Can I Save My House From Foreclosure in Karachi Pakistan, If the Auction Date Is Only a Few Weeks Away?

Foreclosure isn’t a swift process in Pakistan spcially in Karachi, and banks can take anywhere from a few months to a year or more to auction off your home. Once you receive formal notice of an auction date, however, the time you have to save your home is drawing to a close. Fortunately, foreclosure doesn’t have to be inevitable. You still have options to prevent the foreclosure even if the auction date is mere weeks away.

Filing for bankruptcy is a last resort because of the extensive damage a bankruptcy does to your credit rating. Nevertheless, a bankruptcy can prove invaluable in your quest to save your home. 

When you file your bankruptcy case, a stay prevents any creditors from pursuing you for your debts -– this includes foreclosing on your home. The court will set a payment plan that allows you to stay in your home and pay off your delinquent mortgage balance over a specific period.

Negotiate With Lender

If you haven’t had an open line of communication with the lender from the beginning, start now. A looming auction date generally indicates that its too late to negotiate a short sale or apply for a loan modification, but your lender may agree to other foreclosure alternatives.
If your lender approves a forbearance, for example, it will temporarily postpone your mortgage payments and the foreclosure auction, giving you more time to come up with the delinquent amount. Your lender may also agree to accept a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure. In a deed-in-lieu arrangement, you sign over the home’s title to the lender and walk away. Although a deed-in-lieu doesn’t allow you to keep your home, it does prevent a foreclosure that would haunt your credit history for years to come.

Go to Court

If you have reason to believe that any aspect of the foreclosure process was fraudulent, you have the right to sue your lender and ask that the judge either postpone or terminate foreclosure proceedings. If you choose this route, you must demonstrate specific reasons why the court should halt the foreclosure. For example, if the lender did not follow state-specific foreclosure procedures, or the loan terms are blatantly predatory, a judge may postpone or cancel the auction date. Even if the court merely postpones the auction date, this postponement provides you with crucial time to explore other property-saving options.

Pay the Balance

If you had the necessary cash to pay off your delinquent mortgage, you likely would have done so by now. Beneficial changes to your financial situation, however, such as a loan from a family member or an unexpected inheritance, could give you the ability to bring your delinquent mortgage current. If your lender accepts the payment, the foreclosure process stops and you can resume making your normal monthly payments. If your lender demands that you pay off the loan in full, you must pay off your mortgage in its entirety before the lender will cancel the foreclosure sale.

 

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Law Firm in Pakistan dealing with Civil Litigation, Commercial, Intellectual Property, Real Estate and Family Laws of Pakistan.
E-26, Glass Tower, Clifton
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +92 321 205 7582


The ‘Agreement of Sale’ or ‘Sale Agreement’

Top Law Firms in Karachi PakistanWhether you are purchasing a plot for construction of a home or an apartment from a builder, the sale agreement is a document that you will need to scrutinise minutely before signing. Once signed, you will not be able to counter anything that is on it.

Sale AgreementThe sale agreement being a technical document will have a series of terms that you need to understand thoroughly. Sale, for example, is a transaction where money is exchanged, in part or in whole, for the transferring of ownership of a particular piece of property in whole.

There is nothing explicitly mentioned in the law about the sale agreement being a written one. However, it is now common practice and even a practical thing to do so, especially if the document is to hold water in a court of law. An important thing to do is to get the agreement registered, as a non-registered document does not have any legal bearing and any deal made on the basis of it is considered void.

Clauses

There are several inclusions or what are called clauses in the sale agreement. It will describe the property, include contact details of the seller and the buyer, the negotiated price will be mentioned and also how this payment is being disbursed. The time frame for the payment will be included. There will also be a provision for the payment of stamp duty and for the account of the property title.

The clauses in a sale agreement are important because they outline everything that will go into making this a successful transaction, which is completely legally sound. The contract will tell you if the payment is to be made in cash, in part or an agreement for it to be paid partially in the future has been agreed on.

Some of the clauses will cover municipal taxes that are due by the person buying, as well as maintenance charges and in the case of an apartment being purchased payment towards the building society.

Payment terms: The onus is on both the buyer and seller to come to a mutual agreement on the price of the property and all other expenses that go towards the transfer of property. This has to be included and has to be agreed on by both the buyer and seller.

The time for the disbursement of the payment should also be included right up to the last instalment. The document will need to be scrutinised by lawyers from both sides and then signed by both parties.

Transferring property titleTransferring of property title: For a loan to be sanctioned, the property title is important.

This should be transferred to the buyer when the seller has got in hand the amount agreed on. The transfer is the last step in the whole process of buying the property. The property will have to be registered in the buyer’s name by the seller at the local registrar office.

Stamp duty: These rates are fixed by the relevant authorities and can vary with each State. The onus is on the buyer to ensure that the property has been registered in his name at the rate that the government has sanctioned for the transferring of the property.

Sale deedSale deed: This follows the agreement of sale and is an understanding between the seller and the buyer. Its contents need to be scrutinised by experts multiple times before you actually sign on it.

With the right kind of legal help to support you, there is no reason to fear the complexities of the agreement of sale. It is something that you can easily surmount.

You can Contact Us for detailed consultation.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Telephone: 0321-2057582

Regular Website:  https://www.irfanlaw.com

Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad.

Property Transfer & Conveyancing of Property

Property Transfer  &  Conveyancing of Property

We are well known for knowledgeable, professional and experienced attorneys in property law at Karachi, Pakistan. Our clients include private developers of Karachi and whole Pakistan, Pakistani & International development companies, small businesses, shop keepers, landlords of office buildings in Karachi, warehouses and business parks etc. We also equally work for tenants as we do for landlords.

We recognize the commercial benefits of avoiding litigation and work with clients to achieve goals alternative ways i.e.mediation etc. However, if you have to litigate, we have an experienced team of litigators to defend your interests. We have extensive experience of the Singh High Court, District Courts of Karachi. We generally represents our clients on the following areas:

  • Injunctions and stay Orders.
  • Sale of Property disputes.
  • Annual Ground Rent disputes .
  • Construction and Building Plans disputes.
  • Leases & Licenses
  • Dilapidations and Dangerous Buildings
  • Lease renewals.
  • Property partnership disputesRegistration of Property and Registration of Sale DeedOur Team can assist our clients in registration of Property Documents before the concerned registrar of Firms.Online for Clients
    • Draft Sale Agreement or Agreement to Sell Property.
    • Draft Sale Deeds.
    • Draft Mortgage Deeds.
    • Draft Deed of Relinquishment.
    • Draft Gift Deeds or Oral Declaration of Gifts under Muslim Personal Law.
    • Dilapidations and Dangerous Buildings
    • Draft Deed of Redemption.

 

 

How to engage us without visiting or visiting our office?

Above document can be drafted and be made available for Rs. 20,000 (Pak Rupees). Excluding all delivery charges, as well as cost of judicial Stamp Paper.
You can choose to have your documents emailed to you, or sent by first class post. We aim to prepare your documents by the end of the three working days, although in practice we normally start preparing your document within hours of receiving payment.

If you have any quires, or wish to place any order by post please feel free to contact us.