The doctrine of lis pendens is an old doctrine which has been in operation from
the period of English common law. In the word lis pendens, 'lis' means
litigation and 'pendens' means pending. Th...
We come across many levels and sorts of transactions and documentation
throughout our life. Some of these records and transactions are vital to both us
and the government.
It would be impossib...
Making a significant move, the Real Estate Appellate Tribunal passed an order
in the favour of a group of flat purchasers/allottees allowing the appeals filed
by them challenging an order passe...
From eras, oral contracts were legal and word of mouth was based to
property transfers. Our society has evolved as a concept of law and rights over
time. Since the time of mankind, man has been...
There has been a lot of debate regarding the Places of Worship Act. The act
gained popularity after the Ram Janmabhoomi case and now the Gyanvapi Mosque
Case. This act was passed in 1991
Conflict of Judgments
There was a conflict of opinion in two Division Bench Judgments delivered by
Supreme Court of India in. Prakash v. Phulavati, (2016) 2 SCC 36 and Danamma @
Suman Surpur v...
In the case of New Okhla Industrial Growth Authority vs. Anand Sonbhadra, the
Supreme Court on Tuesday found that the NOIDA is an operating creditor under the
Insolvency and Chapter Code, 2016....
Ever since man started on his road to civilization, wealth has been the primary
fuel to boost the road. From the very beginning, man has strived to fulfill the
thirst for power. In primitive, a...
Renting housing is becoming more institutionalized, and the Model Tenancy Act
embodies the government's attempts to integrate it gradually into the legal
market. In a statement, the government ...
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 interes...