The court dismissed an appeal filed by Mr Singh against the March 24 order of the Estate Officer, asking Mr Singh to vacate the bungalow at Janpath in New Delhi.
"The appellant's contention that he could not have been termed as unauthorised occupant as his initial allotment was valid till 2019 and he has been paying market rent, is untenable," District and Sessions Judge Poonam A Bamba said.
"Thus, it is evident that the appellant is in unauthorised occupation of the said premises since December 23, 2016," Ms Bamba said.
The court rejected Mr Singh's contention that his representation before the Lok Sabha House Committee chairman to retain the premises on humanitarian grounds was pending.
"Mere pendency of his representation does not in any manner confer any authority on the appellant to occupy the said premises. Admittedly, no further retention has been permitted," the court said.
Mr Singh made a representation before the Lok Sabha House Committee chairman on February 10 this year, requesting that he be allowed to retain the premises on humanitarian grounds as he was a heart patient. He said he was also placed under Z-plus security owing to high threat perception against him.
While his representation was pending, he received a notice on February 14 asking him to show cause on February 23 why an order of eviction be not passed against him. The eviction order was then passed in March.
Earlier, former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was also hunting for a house. The Amarinder Singh-government had offered a suitable bungalow to Mr Badal, but he had declined it.