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Special Acts and the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 - Harish Chandra Hegde v. State of Karnataka
Published : March 27, 2017 | Author : Ruchira | Rating :
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Property is one of the fundamental elements of the life of an individual. The Transfer of Property Act was enacted in order to provide definite statutory laws that regulated the transfer of property. The preamble clearly defines that the Act deals specifically in cases of transfer made through the act of parties. Therefore, in cases where the transfer is made under certain other laws, the Act would not be applicable. The Act also is not applicable to cases where the provisions of a special legislation are in conflict with the provisions of the Act. This was held in the case of Harish Chandra Hegde v. State of Karnataka. After the judgement passed in this case, it has been the authority in cases reflecting conflicts between special laws and the Transfer of Property Act.
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Economic Persecution Pauperism of a Consumer in a Real Estate Market
Published : September 13, 2016 | Author : basjadonandassociates | Unrated
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Consumerism or sheer greed is the new talk of the domestic Diaspora living in the fear of what do we call as economic persecution. This phrase may be unheard off but the same has taken the test of the time as the ramifications are such that has percolated to the societal ethos of our middle-class real estate consumer and the intensity is such that it is soon going to drain out the patience and the economic worth of our so-called middle class.
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SPES Successionis As An Exception To Transferability
Published : August 30, 2016 | Author : PRASHANTI UPADHYAY | Unrated
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Clause (a) of section 6 of the Transfer Of Property Act excludes mere chance of an heir apparent of succeeding to an estate from the category of transferable property. The technical expression for such a chance is Spes Successionis
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Protection of Tenants Against Eviction
Published : May 23, 2016 | Author : Nikunj Keyal | Rating :
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Protection a tenant asagainst illegal evictions - About 42% of the urban population of the world, which are roughly 150 million households, lives as tenant. The same holds true even in India where, due to exorbitant rates of property especially in the metro cities, a majority of people live as tenants.
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Basic Prerequisites for Rent and Lease Agreements in India
Published : April 21, 2015 | Author : sumitpandey | Rating :
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This write up deals in very basic things that one should know about rent and lease agreements in India.
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Difference between lease and licence
Published : February 22, 2015 | Author : Pallavi Verma | Rating :
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Sometimes, there arise some situations, which abridge difference between the lease and licence. In order to understand the difference between these two provisions and to know the situation, which they may conflict, it becomes very important to understand the basic features of both Lease and Licence. This Article seeks to elucidate the same
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Impact of Ordinance on Electricity Act 2003
Published : January 22, 2015 | Author : advchetansharma | Rating :
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The present government has moved an ordinance before the President of India to amend The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013.
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The Real Estate Regulation and Development Bill, 2011
Published : February 08, 2014 | Author : kabirsagar49 | Rating :
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A comment and critique on the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Bill, 2011
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Word History of Mortgage in India
Published : November 16, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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It seemed to Sir Edward that it had to do with the doubtfulness of whether or not the mortgagor will pay the debt. When there is a dubiety of whether or not the person will pay the debt , there must be a condition. This etymology is the basis for the word ‘ Mortgage’. If mortgagor does not pay the debt, it is dead to him upon condition. If mortgagor does pay the debt, then the pledge/ mortgage is dead with regard to mortgagee. The word ‘mortgage’ is linked to phrase ‘ as security for performance of an obligation or repayment of a debt’. The giving of property, usually immovable property, as security to a creditor for payment of a debt. In another sense, it is a deed pledging the security.
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The Real Estate (Regulation And Development) Bill-The First Step Towards Real Estate Reform
Published : June 23, 2013 | Author : vineetsahay | Rating :
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Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill: The next step is to table it in parliament this Monsoon season. Though does not provide complete solution but certainly the first step towards addressing the above problems.
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Violation of Easementary Rights
Published : January 27, 2013 | Author : ronilgoger | Rating :
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The three topics in the project come within the ambit of Easement rights. An easement is a right which the owner or occupier of a certain land possess, as such for the beneficial enjoyment of that land to do something, or to prevent and continue to prevent something being done, in or upon or in respect of certain other land not his own.....
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Published : August 15, 2012 | Author : sanjana0409 | Rating :
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the article deals with the esentials of possession and what are the posessory remedies availabe to a person under different indian laws...
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Periodic Tenancy
Published : March 07, 2011 | Author : suryaprakashnlu | Rating :
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This article is about defining the concept of Periodic Tenancy and and differentiating it with the other types of lease that have been mentioned under the Transfer of Property Act...
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