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Are you tired of the old, slow way of making rental agreements? Wish there was a quicker, easier way? eSahayak is your answer. We offer a quick, easy way to create rent agreements online, based on your state’s rent laws, right from your home. Plus, we deliver 100% legally compliant rent agreements straight to your doorstep.
No more dealing with the hassles and long waits of the old way. With us, you can easily make a legal rent agreement.
We strongly support India’s goal for digital transformation, as set by our Prime Minister. We aim to change how Indian citizens everywhere access legal, admin, and citizen services. Our easy-to-use digital service lets you manage important documents from anywhere, helping build a more digital India. Together, we can make a stronger, better-connected nation for the future.
Our goal at eSahayak is to offer a one stop online platform for all kinds of legal documentation services at your doorstep.
Say goodbye to the old ways and welcome the ease of eSahayak. We focus on teamwork and making our customers happy. Let us help you make legal rent agreements from your home.
At eSahayak, we offer pre-designed rent agreement format specifically tailored to meet the requirements of Meghalaya. Our format incorporates the relevant clauses and provisions mandated by the local laws, ensuring compliance and legality.
Our rent agreement format for Meghalaya cover essential aspects such as the duration of the agreement, rent fixation, maintenance responsibilities, and other crucial terms and conditions outlined inThe Megh Urban Rent Control Act, 1972 (Meghalaya Act, 7 of 1972).
With our user-friendly interface, landlords and tenants can easily select and customize the rent agreement to suit their specific needs. You can customise the agreement by filling in the necessary details, including the parties involved, property information, rent amount, and other specific terms and conditions.
Our pre-designed rent agreement format simplifies the process, saving you time and ensuring that your rent agreement accurately reflects the agreement between you and the other party. You can conveniently adapt the format to include additional clauses or provisions based on your unique requirements while adhering to the legal framework provided by the state.
When drafting a rental agreement, including the following clauses can help protect both the landlord and tenant and avoid potential disputes:
The Megh Urban Rent Control Act, 1972 (Meghalaya Act, 7 of 1972) is a law that regulates rents in urban areas in the Indian state of Meghalaya. The Act was enacted to give tenants security of tenure and to prevent landlords from evicting tenants except on specified grounds.
The Act defines an “urban area” as any area that is declared to be an urban area under the Meghalaya Municipal Act, 1971. The Act also defines a “tenant” as a person who occupies a premises as a tenant from a landlord.
The Act sets out a number of provisions that protect tenants, including:
The Act also sets out a number of grounds on which a landlord may evict a tenant, including:
The rent agreement registration is not mandatory for 11 months of agreement. However, if you still want to register the agreement, here are the details:
It is important to note that the stamp duty and registration charges are subject to change, so it is always best to check with the local authorities for the latest rates.
Yes, a digitally signed agreement is legally valid. In India, digital signatures hold the same legal weight as physical signatures, as per the Information Technology Act, 2000. Rest assured, with eSahayak’s secure and authenticated digital signatures, your rent agreement is legally binding and recognised in the eyes of the law.
The purpose of notary is to authenticate the signatures of landlord(s) and tenant(s) on your agreement. When you sign the agreement digitally using eSahayak then this authentication is done using your Aadhaar Number, so there is no need of Notarisation when you make your rent agreement on eSahayak.
If you are interested in learning more about e-signatures and their legal aspects, you can refer to section 3(1)(a) of the IT Act 2000.