Date of termination, is an unreg registered agreement considered invalid by the court? If the lessor is the end of the contract or if we take a 2) if the company makes the decision not to renew the lease, you must evacuate the country In this article, we have examined the effects of non-registration of leases and highlighted the limited cases in which unregistered rentals can be used as evidence in court. …, Coimbatore, which refused to mark the Xerox copy of the unregistered rental deed of 07.07.1989 by the applicant at the time of his cross-examination.2. The short facts that are at this. he requested permission to present the documents, namely (1) the xerox copy of the unregistsed rental deed of 7.07.1989, allegedly by the first accused in favour of. of document No. 1, xerox Copy of the unreg registered lease deed of 07.07.1989 This application for review is filed against this order.6. Lord. R.T Doraisamy, learned.  Historically, the Registration Act aimed to obtain: (i) recover copies of lost, destroyed or misplaced agreements, (ii) serve as evidence of enforcement where enforcement is authorized by the executor; (iii) help to obtain details of past transfers of immovable property, in order to confirm the title and thus prevent fraudulent transactions. The concept that the tenant has an advantage over the landlord is then that the lease is registered, where the rental rights are legally created.
In the case of an unregistered lease or a lease requiring mandatory registration, the courts have designated the lease by one of the parties as a monthly lease agreement that can be terminated with a period of 15 days. This means that the tenant cannot impose the agreed rental period on the landlord. The provisions of the Registration Act, 1908 (“Registration Act”) and the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (“TOPA”) set out the Registration of Leases Act.  Section 17 of the Registration Act stipulates that the rental of immovable property must be registered from year to year or for a period exceeding one year or the reservation of annual rent. In addition, Section 107 of the TOPA provides that a rental of real estate from one year to the next or for a period of more than one year or the reservation of an annual rent may only be made by a registered instrument. All other contracts for the lease of fixed property may be concluded either by a registered deed or by oral agreement with delivery of the property. 4) await the company`s decision to renew the lease The legal status of registration under the Registration Act and TOPA has been repeated by the Supreme Court of India (“Supreme Court”) in various cases. In Anthony v. KC Ittoop et fils et al ( (2000) 6 SCC 394; Air 2000 SC 3523) had considered whether an unreg registered deed of lease could create a lease. The Tribunal decided that an unregistered instrument could not constitute a contractual lease because of the tripartite legal restrictions (simply sections 17 and 49 of the Registration Act and section 107 of the TOPA), but that the existence of a lease could be presumed from the conduct of the parties. .