The legal rights of tenants have the right to privacy. Under the Rent Control Act, landlords can evict tenants only under specific grounds, which include willful default in rent payment, subletting without prior consent, causing a nuisance, or when the landlord himself requires premises for personal occupation. Currently under the Rent Control Act of 1948 and other state rent control acts to protect the interest of the tenants so that it is not possible for the landlords to exploit the tenants. There are many rights available to tenants under the Rent Control Act, of 1948.
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