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Law of Adverse Possession

Law of Adverse Possession

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  • Author(s): Mantha Ramamurtis
  • Brand: Delhi Law House
  • Edition: 7 Ed Updated 2018
  • ISBN 13 9789381308938
  • Approx. Pages 870 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
In the view of the constant demand of the instant book, we have decided to publish an updated and revised edition of the same just to avail of the current prevailing law to our esteemed readers. For such purposes, we made an excursion into the courtroom developments for preventing the current scenario of law as prevailing into legal arena. The concept of adverse possession is one of the most intriguing aspects in the field of property law and the law of Limitation. This concept may seem to accord rights to those who act in violation of the laws in force. But it is not the case since it is the way by which a squatter obtains a proprietary right over a piece of land due to the inaction of the actual owner during the statutory period prescribed. Even though this concept has been clarified in numerous case laws by the Indian Judiciary, there is still some delusion due to cases which only discuss about the extinguishment of the proprietary rights of the actual owner, but not about what happens to those rights after they are duly transferred to the squatter or whether an entirely new title is created in favour of the squatter.
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Contents
Chapters

I.         Introduction
II.        Elements of Possession
III.       Adverse Possession      
IV.       Proof and Burden of Proof
V.        Constructive Possession and Symbolical Possession
VI.       Permissive Possession
VII.      Dispossession and Discontinuance of Possession
VIII.     Tacking
IX.       No Adverse Possession
X.        Co-Owners, Co-shares, Co-Heirs and Co-Tenants
XI.       Minor and Lunatic
XII.      Mortgagor and Mortgagee
XIII.     Landlord and Tenant
XIV.     Licence
XV.      Lessor and Lessee
XVI.     Donor and Donee Mines and Minerals
XVII.    Trusts, Religious Endowments and Service Inams
XVIII.   Service Tenure, Service Inams, Watan Lands, Saranjan Lands, Ghatwali Tenure, Jagir Pitni Lands and
            Hereditary Office
XIX.     Easements
XX.      Fishery Rights
XXI.     Submerged Land
XXII.    Vancant Sites and Waste Lands
XXIII.   Widow's Estate
XXIV.   Acts of user whether Adverse
XXV.    Pleading
XXVI.   Suit Based on Possessory Title
XXVII.  Suit by Person Dispossessed of Immovable Property
XXVIII. Proceedings under Sec. 145, CR.P.C.
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