In order to encourage the Rental Housing Segment in India, the government has drafted the Model of Tenancy Act 2019 which will protect the interest of landlords as well as tenants. In the move to make sustainable ecosystem & bring transparency in the process, the tenants and the landlords will have to register a rent agreement at Sub-registrar's office. The new draft also ensures speedy complaint redressal in the case of disputes and restricts the landlord to charge more than two month’s rent as a security deposit. The draft further restricts the owner to increase the rent within the period of agreement provision. Maintenance of the property remains the responsibility of both the parties or as per terms & condition in the agreement document. The draft also empowers the landlord to move to court if the tenant fails to pay rent over 2 months. After the termination of rent period, if the tenant stays, the landlord is liable to get double monthly rent for two months and more than four times if the tenant continues. Do you think the implementation of Model Tenancy Act 2019 will benefit Tenant, landlord and accelerate the rental housing sector in India?