AND the first part is the absolute owner of a house no Rawalpindi and has agreed to rent the property in question under the term and condition mentioned below. The decision on fair rent takes into account the following factors: although the law, in the preambles of this legislation, specifies that “the public interest is appropriate: limiting the increase in the rent of certain premises within the limits (indicated) and the eviction of tenants”, the courts have in fact held that these laws are not limited to their sole purpose (to limit the increase in rent and the eviction of tenants) , but also aim to protect and regulate the interests of both tenants and landlords. In the other five areas of Pakistan covered by provincial legislation, the tenant`s manager is allowed to set a fair rent at the request of the tenant or landlord. Q: If a tenant wants to improve the landlord`s premises, can they do so and will they end up paying more rent because they have made improvements? A: The improvement of the property and each fixing depends on the agreement between the parties. While, far from it, the complete implementation [of the rental] is gradually being implemented with greater conviction and regularity by the police authorities. Punjab and the KP provinces are leading to implementation with PK province registered a criminal complaint for the non-registration of tenants in the thousands. Lahore, the capital of Punjab, has also been the scene of an ad-free crackdown. Sindh is in its early stages thanks to the introduction of software in 21 hotels for surveillance, which must be extended after a successful demonstration. Balochistan is unknown, there are not many figures. (Law Firm, Lahore 13.12.2017) Q: How is the tenant evicted under the Punjab Rented Premises Act, 2009? A: a landlord may request the eviction of the tenant when the term of the tenancy has expired; Tenant failed to pay rent; Tenant has committed a breach of the tenancy agreement; The Tenant has used the premises for purposes that are used by the object for which it was rented and when premises are sublet without the landlord`s permission.