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The appellant -landlord filed an eviction petition against the two respondents on the ground, inter-alia, of subletting, that respondent 1, S, had sublet the tenanted premises, a shop, to respondent 2, M. It was admitted that S and M were brothers, and that S being involved in certain criminal proceedings, had absconded for quite some time. The Rent Controller allowed the petition and ordered for eviction. The appellate court dismissed the tenant’s appeal. The High court allowed the tenant’s revision. Was the High Court justified in allowing the tenant’s revision. Answer with reference to provisions of the H.P.
Urban Rent Control Act, 1987 and relevant case law on the point, if any. (5 marks)
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