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- You are your best judge...i love mischief anyways.
Just buy Rs 25 feviquick and shove it into the keyhole of the locks..give it 2-3 hours....he ll be breaking his locks himselves :)
Let me know how this works out.CommentQuote1Flag
Buddy, that wont work, may be it might delay his day by 30 minutes....thats all....CommentQuote0Flag
- bro...i dont know how long it takes for cement to dry out....the quick dry ones...the obvious solution is that only.Originally Posted by tempnameNandunaada....
Buddy, that wont work, may be it might delay his day by 30 minutes....thats all....CommentQuote1Flag
where do u mean to put the cement ?
What I am thinking is....to use cutting torch and make a semi-rectangular cut at the top of the shutter or something like that, which might stuck the shutter when rolled upwards....CommentQuote0Flag
- I thought about it already. It wont work. The shop has liters of oil and stuff, fire might go out of control....CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by tempnameI thought about it already. It wont work. The shop has liters of oil and stuff, fire might go out of control....
Out of control is what you need....this is no easy situation...court case would drag on for years..if i were u...i ll do that.CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by nandunaadaOut of control is what you need....this is no easy situation...court case would drag on for years..if i were u...i ll do that.
Your feviquick idea was better than this....CommentQuote0Flag
- This is the common problem in all old shops..Practically you can sit with them and finalized last date to vacant..sometime owner has to give money to tenant to gate it vacant..Check legal option also like sending notice but best option is settle it out of court..CommentQuote0Flag
Arson ideas are poor and highly illegal solutions.
Not appropriate to post such ideas on the forum.
Creator of this thread has posted the same query in Gurgoan thread and now in NOIDA thread??
Do you expect better replies in this forum.CommentQuote0Flag
- Its not going to be easy, even legally you will be not be on a very strong wicket, moreover it will take a very long time.
In case of shops the court is more sympathetic towards tenants.
Initially you may try this:
1. Send a court notice: That puts pressure
2. Approach some local political leader kind of person for acting as a meditator
3. Speak with the shopowner-tenant.
He may still not budge , and rightly so because after all he has spend 16 years setting the business and clientele, but then you can talk for vacating a part of shop area and you may need to give some cash also!!
That is how it works until you are friends with someone very high up in city administration.CommentQuote0Flag