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The only point in dispute before the court is whether the premises in dispute had been let out to defendant for residential purposes as contended by the plaintiff or the same had been taken by him for commercial purposes as contended by the defendant. The parties had admittedly executed an agreement in writing in which the purpose of letting is mentioned. The agreement, though it required registration, has not been registered. The plaintiff has produced the agreement in court for proving his case about the purpose of letting. The defendant has contended that the agreement cannot be admitted into evidence for determining the controversy. How will you decide ? Give reasons. (5 marks)
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