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Ramcoomar Koondoo v. Macqueen -A transfer by ostensible owner

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Section 41 of the Act deals with ostensible owner and it has been defined as: “Transfer by Ostensible Owner: Where, with the consent, express or implies, of the persons interested in immovable ...

Donor can stipulate conditions in a Gift Deed and resort to cancellation on n...

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Donor can stipulate conditions in a Gift Deed and resort to cancellation on non-compliance: The Clarification by the Supreme Court of IndiaAn appeal was made to the Supreme Court raising a fundamen...

Rera vs Insolvency Code vs Consumer Forum: Home Buyers/Flat Purchasers Remedy

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Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA): A recently promulgated legislation, RERA seeks tocurb the shortcomingsof respective Ownership Acts prevailing in each state. A centre e...

Limpidity in Realty: A Reality

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Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place even to lay his Head - Mathew 8:20, New Testament, Bible. If you are a resident of one of the metropolitan cities of our n...

Attachment of Property Under Execution Proceedings

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Every civil suit is accompanied by three stages which starts from the initiation or institution of suit, adjudication of suit and finally the implementation of the litigation. The implementatio...

Validity of Sale by a Co-owner of Interest in Undivided Immovable Property to...

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This article answers the query; whether a sale of immovable property or an interest in immovable property which is jointly owned by two persons, or more than two persons, or when such interest ...

Compliance of broker under Real Estate Regulation Act, 2017

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The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016[1] came into force on 1stMay 2016 with 59 of 92 sections and rest of the provisions came into force on 1stMay 2017, under this Act state c...

Right To Property

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Property, as a legal social institution, has different forms in different cultures and legal systems. However, only a definition of constitutional property is common in all democratic countries...