Mumbai, October 7 (CINEWS): The Bombay High Court has rejected Aditya Pancholi and his family’s request to hold the tenure rights over their Juhu home or somewhere in the vicinity asserts a Mumbai Mirror report.
The report expressed that the property, which is near Juhu’s ISKCON Temple, was leased in 1960 at the rate of Rs 150 a month. Supposedly the court has given the performer time till November 5 to challenge the request and that on the off chance that they lose, then the family needs to oust the home. It has been accounted for that the lodge’s proprietors, the Hate family, had started procedures against the Pancholis in July, 1978, for not paying the rent for eight months i.e. from February to October 1977 and that the performer had passed on through his lawful group that he had not got any letter/notice from Tarabai Hate, the proprietor, to clear the extraordinary rent. It has been charged that the landowner asserted that it was sent to Rajan Pancholi, Aditya’s dad.