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Understanding Evidence and Estoppel: Protecting Truth in the Courtroom

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The term "Evidence' is originated from the Latin word 'evidera' which means to discover clearly, to ascertain or to prove. Evidence is defined as in Dr Johnson's dictionary, "the state of being...

Recovery Of Dues By Application To The Registrar Under MCS Act

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Sec 154 B (1) (11) Defaulter means a Member or flat owner or occupier who fails to pay the dues of the society within three months from the date of service of bill or notice or due date of pay...

Limitations Of Adverse Possession

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The concept of adverse possession is much used in Courts dealing with right, title, possession, and interest on immovable property. Physical control or exercising dominion with consciousness in...

RERA Agreement for Sale: Standardized / Uniform Contract Document-Across Real...

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The rights and obligation of the parties to the contract of immovable property are captured in detail in a document called Agreement for sale. An agreement for sale, is a document to sell/conve...

Fraudulent Transfer

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Lord Keeper in the case of Partridge v Gopp had enunciated certain words which are relevant herein. He opined that no one has power over his property to such extent using which he, whilst using...

Issues While Registering Project Under RERA

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Home is one of the basic requirements of an individual and every individual wish to have a home of their own and to buy one a lot of investment is required. Apart from this, to build one's home...

Real Estate (Regulation And Development) Act 2016 In India

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Foreword of RERAThe Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, popularly known as RERA, is a landmark legislation enacted by the Government of India to regulate and promote transparency in t...

An Examination of Leases and Their Types under the Transfer of Property Act, ...

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In the modern world, human life is intricately connected with property. Properties and humans have become intertwined, making them nearly inseparable. Individuals acquire, enjoy, and dispose of...

Mortgage In Immovable Property And Charge

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Sections 58 to 104 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 are devoted to the specifics of mortgages and charges. The key elements defined in Section 58 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 incl...

Comparative Analysis Between The English Doctrine Of Part Performance And Its...

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The doctrine of part performance is a principle of contract law that recognizes the validity of an incomplete contract, where one or both parties have partially performed their obligations, but...