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Case Analysis: Bishwanath Prasad Singh v. Rajendra Prasad (2006) 4 SCC 432

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A Mortgage is the transfer of an interest in specific immovable property to secure the payment of money advanced or to be advanced by way of loan, an existing or future debt, or the performance...

Ananda Behera v/s States of Orissa

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The case is about fishery rights in the Chilka lake which is situated in what was once the estate of the Raja of Parikud. This estate vested in the State of Orissa under the Orissa Estates Abol...

Right of Foreclosure

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Modern mortgage law has its roots in both Roman law and in Anglo-Saxon English law. Laws in the area of redemption, however, arose from the changes in the English laws during the early seventee...

Types Of Property Under Law

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The true definition of "property" covers a wide range of concepts. Not only does this encompass monetary wealth and other tangible things, but also intangibles like intellectual prope...

Case Analysis: Shankarlal Nadani v/s Sohanlal Jain

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The case Shankarlal Nadani v. Sohanlal Jain has been decided by Supreme Court justices Hemant Gupta & v. Ramasubramanian on 12 April, 2022. The case is concerned with the power of the civil...

Introduction To Transfer Of Property Act

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"Life, liberty, and property do not exist because men have made laws. On the contrary, it was the fact that life, liberty, and property existed beforehand that caused men to make laws in the fi...

Legal Maxim: Doctrine Of Ostensible Owner

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Origin Ostensible is derived from the Latin ostendere, which means "to show," and it denotes a discrepancy between a declared or implied aim or reason and the true one. synonyms o...

Anathula Sudhakar v/s P.Buchi Reddy (Dead): IRAC Analysis

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The following IRAC is related to a sub issue within the main case, pertaining especially to the Transfer of Property Act 1882 Issue In the modern legal scenario, Under Transfer of Property Ac...

Can A RWA Of A Colony Legally Restrict Public From Using The Parks Of The Col...

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It is common knowledge that Residents Welfare Associations of the colonies generally do not permit the public/outsiders/non residents to use the parks of the colonies. There areĀ  signboards by...

Understanding Concept Of Coparceners And Their Rights

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It is very important to understand the property rights of individual Coparcener is a concept in the Hindu law and it is fundamental right. The term coparcener means 'a joint heir', coparceners ...