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A landlord loses his case in the High Court, which upturns the judgments of the courts below ordering eviction of his tenant on account of sub-letting. After reading the judgment of the High Court in details, the landlord found that the High Court had misinterpreted several judgments of the Hon’ble Spreme Court of India, due to which he is advised to file a review petition in the High Court pointing out an error apparent on record. The tenant however raises an objection on the maintainability of review petition under the Haryana Rent Act, by citing the provision of section 14 thereof, where the orders attaining finality could not be reopened. Moreover, he contends that a review petition is a statutory remedy, and the Haryana Rent Act nowhere provides the remedy of review, hence the review was not maintainable. In the light of this situation, discuss the maintainability of the review petition in the High Court. (8 Marks)
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