Although there are ongoing efforts to modernise or eliminate the outdated documentation associated with the Pagdi system, it was legalised under the Maharashtra Rent Control Act of 1999 and has been in effect since 2000, adhering to the new regulations for the Pagdi system in Mumbai.
The Pagdi rent system is governed by a specific set of rules that apply to both the ownership rights of Pagdi system tenants and their relationship with the landlords. These rules include:
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