What are the rights available to tenant.

Situation : Situation : Religious trust give their shop on rent to individual 45 to 50 years ago...now trust give notice of eviction to individual under section 106 of Transfer of Property act 1988 stating that rent is due from past 5 years..but individual has all proofs regarding rent payment through cheque...individual has as no other source of income and son is also not earning because he is studying yet...is there any rights or remedies available to individual against trust...or can demand stay order or injunction order..or any other way suitable regarding this matter so that shop not require to vacate for few years...or can i file defamation case on landlord because they defame me that i not paid rent from 5 years...
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Advocate Justice Kishan Dutt Kalaskar

Bangalore 
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A:

Dear Sir,

You can claim protection by filing suit for permanent injunction since you are in setteled possession as such you cannot be thrown out earily without getting Court orders. 

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