Bachelor tenants to vacate THIS Noida society by December 31 - Here's WHY
The notices had been sent to all bachelor tenants of THIS Noida society by the President to vacate their premises, citing violation of rules.
- Noida's Emerald Court Society issues notice to bachelor tenants to vacate society
- Bachelors are asked to vacate the society premises by Dec 31
- Late-night partying and loud music are the main reasons behind the decision
Noida: Finding suitable flats or paying guests (PGs) is one of the most crucial things when it comes to relocating to another city. Further, it becomes even more difficult when you’re a bachelor. Having said that, the Emerald Court Society in Uttar Pradesh`s Noida district, where the now-demolished twin towers were located, has issued notices to all bachelor tenants to vacate their premises, citing a violation of its rules. This notice, which had been sent by the residential body of the posh society in Sector 93-A on November 15, states that bachelors, paying guests (PGs) and guest house owners living in the society must vacate its premises by December 31.
Meanwhile, the Uttar Pradesh State Commission for Women has also taken cognisance of the matter. The notices had been sent to all bachelor tenants of the society by Uday Bhan Singh Teotia, President of the Emerald Court residents' association. Teotia said that the neighbouring residents were complaining that all the bachelors living here indulge in late-night partying and playing loud music.
Due to this, the people living nearby were feeling inconvenienced, and even as per the bylaws of the Apartment Owners’ Association, renting houses for PGs and guest houses in the housing society is not permitted. Therefore all bachelor tenants living here have been asked to vacate their flats by December 31 by issuing a notice.
Rajesh Rana, former President of the Apartment Owners` Association of the same society, told IANS, "Sending a notice to residents living here is not the right way. People's houses are located here, they are paying their monthly maintenance. If the residents do not give their house on rent then how will they pay their monthly maintenance."
At the same time, he also said, "We too have children, when they live outside their parents` house, if they do not get the requisite houses in good societies, how will they be able to live and study."
Rana also added that if complaints are received from neighbouring residents of the society then strict action should be taken against such individuals. The landlord should also make strict rules and regulations before giving their house on rent to bachelor tenants and action should be taken against the person whose complaints are received. Uttar Pradesh State Commission for Women President Vimla Batham has also taken cognizance of this matter and has talked about solving the matter soon.
(With inputs from IANS)