Originally posted by: capt_mahajanWonder if this means that most people renting, Indian or foreign, have to do this. Because most people rent to strangers, don't they?
Originally posted by: KingfisherI believe that this is just the normal requirement that the owner of a house or apartment provide the usual Form C to the police.
What are the consequences for the landlord? IMHO, they should be othe ones who should be punished. How will the tourists be aware of this law?
Originally posted by: GoanCanuckHave been informed that some of the tourists are still not obeying the new law. Those who choose to knowingly break this law should be aware that there is a jail sentence awaiting them should they be caught.
Originally posted by: Nick-H...wouldn't have thought so. That's got nothing to do with tenancy, and even less to do with vehicle purchase.
Originally posted by: goangoangoneThey "nabbed" a couple of terrorists recently who were renting in Margao. This is about immigrants/outsiders coming and renting anonymously. There was an article today about checking up on Lamanis and Kashmiris in Benaulim. Kashmiris, apparently, are agents of Pakistan.
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