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‘A’ had let out a shop to ‘B’ where B was running his business. After the death of ‘B’, his eldest son ‘C’ continued the business and for some time had been paying rent also. Later on ‘C’ committed default in the payment of rent so much so that an eviction order is passed by Rent Controller on the ground of non-payment of rent. When ‘A’ sought to execute the eviction order, the other heirs of ‘B’ namely his wife and other son filed objection pleading that ‘C’ was not the exclusive tenant, they had also inherited the tenacy. Whether their objections have any merits ? Decide. (5 marks)
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