NOC from the building owner should be made mandatory for Renewal of trad license
First of all let me share my views.The Municipal corporations must consult the owner of the building, to renew the trade licence of the Tenant occupying the premises.If the tenant is in arrears of rent of more than 3 months, his trade license should not be renewed and to be cancelled. They should insist on NOC from the building owner, to be submitted alongwith the application for renewal. In this manner, the owner will be able to get the rent on time and pay the taxes without fail.After all it is vicious circle, Taxes are collected from the tenant and then the owner pays it to the Municipal corporation.If the chain breaks then there will be less fund avialability for developmental aspects.. Even the rate of tax should be based on the actual rent collected rather than on the periodically enhanced rate of tax more
Ramadas Shet ji,
More the requirements more is the possibility of the corruption.
Rent keeps increasing continuously.
Most of the landlords don't enter into agreements and even don't give rent receipts.
Insistence for NOC for renewal of Trade Licence shall put Traders under threat of discontinuation if consideration amount is not shelved out to Corporations and also even to the Landlords not maintaining the premises in the fair tenantable conditions.
Hope you will realise a view may sound good but its application may lead to numerous implications having adverse effect. One can not think of one side only.
Does the Municipality authorities are having that much of time to consult the owner of the building more
No need of NOC because if the tenant had an arrears of rent (DUE) - Then the owner will not give the Tax Paid Receipt, so the tenant can't apply for renewal of License. more
On Mon, 08 Jul 2019 10:20:05 +0530 RAMADAS SHET wrote
When some one gives his/her property on rent, itis obvious that it is done for economic advantage. The landlord and the tenants should follow their agreement in letter and spirit which should be for a certain minimum period. more