1. No residential building may be converted into a non-residential building or vice versa, and no building may be divided into separate rooms for rent or other purposes, except with the written permission of the accommodation company: a valid rental agreement must appear on the required stamp document. The necessary stamp paper can be calculated in accordance with the provisions of the Kerala stamp law. The corresponding part of the stamp law is available at: — rentedbuilding.wordpress.com/2014/01/08/stamp-paper-required/ 26 . Local government executive authorities for the delivery of certified extracts from property tax or property tax records.-The executive authority of a City Council 1 [or City Council] or Panchayat City Council or a company`s financial advisor, on request on this behalf and with the payment of a tax that may be fixed from time to time by the government by notification to the Official Journal to grant the applicant a certified copy of the extract from the property tax register or property tax of The City Council 1 [or the Municipal Commission] or the corporation` panchayat, since the case may present the rental value of the buildings for which an application has been filed, regarding the time indicated in the application. This certified copy must be received as evidence of the facts mentioned in this proceeding as part of a procedure under this Act. (a) for each building whose rent is not set or if the rent has not been set, the reasonable rent, if fixed, would not exceed fifteen rupees per cafeteria; commercial leases: these leases are signed for commercial or commercial purposes and are most often entered into by companies or companies and by an individual. These leasing contracts rarely have a standard format, as the agreement must adapt to the needs of the company concerned, which is envisaged for the lease. These are large sums of money, which are rarely signed for a short period of time. Registration and correct stamp duty are rarely overlooked.

The registration fee for rental contracts in the state of Kerala is 2% of the rent. 4. In the event that the building is allocated by the head of the accommodation authority, he may set the fair rent of the building on an interim basis and the Rent Control Court may, at the request of an aggrieved party, change the rent if reasonable. (2) If a landlord receives an unacceptable rent for anything, building is liable to a simple prison sentence for a sentence of three months or a fine of up to two thousand rupees or with both. 2. If the reasonable rental of a building is not provided for in Section 5— (3) in the event of doubtful doubt or doubt or challenge to the person entitled to obtain the rent of a building, the tenant may deposit this rent before this authority and in the prescribed manner and report the circumstances to the Rent Control Court, in which this surety was paid by him and may continue to pay all rents that may be due later for the building before the same authority and in the same way, until the doubt is removed or until the dispute is settled by the decision of a competent court or by a transaction between the parties. , or until the Operations Control Fund issues an order in accordance with point (b) of the subsection (4).