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Law of Benami

Law of Benami

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Contents
1. Short title extent, and commencement

1.    Preamble
2.    Title
3.    Statements of objects and Reasons
4.    Intention of the Legislature
5.    Casus Omissus
6.    Proviso
7.    Rules
8.    Constitutionality
9.    Reports preceding enactment
10.  Legislative History
11.  Deeming Provision
12.  Mandatory or Directory
13.  Retrospective or Prospective
14.  Excessive delegation
15.  External aid
16.  Review on the ground of change of law
17.  Applicability
18.  Jurisdiction
19.  Legislature competent to enact deeming provision
20.  Departmental circular
21.  Penal Provision
22.  Tests evolved by courts
23.  Exclusion of jurisdiction
24.  Ultravires
25.  Certain invalid provisions
26.  Wide interpretation
27.  Provision in central statute
28.  Legislative entry
29.  Doctrine of Benami
2. Definitions
1.    Scope
2.    Benami Transaction
3.    Property
4.    Section 2 and Partnership Act
5.    Section 2 (a)
6.    Section 2 and Indian Trust Act
7.    Meaning of "provided"
3. Prohibition of benami transactions
1.    Scope
2.    Sub-section (1)
3.    Sub-section (2)
4.    Sub-section (3)
5.    Sub-section (4)
6.    Burden of proving a benami transaction
7.    Benami transactions and sham and nominal transactions
8.    Statutory Presumption
9.    Tests of benami transaction
10.  Benami transactions in case of wife and husband
11.  Benami transactions and Injunctions
12.  Applicability
4. Prohibition of the right to recover property held benami
1.    Scope
2.    Sub-section (1)
3.    Sub-section (2)
4.    Sub-section (3)
5.    Benami
6.    Two classes of Benami Transactions
7.    Benamidar
8.    Benamidar is an apparent owner
9.    Relevant Indicia to decide Benami
10.  Benamidar and Sec. 41 of the T.P. Act 1882
11.  Properly standing in the names of wives of Karta of Joint family
12.  Burden of proof
13.  Benami transaction and sham transaction
14.  Whether benamidar is a trustee
15.  Presumption is that ostensible owner is the real owner until contrary
       is established
16.  Property purchased in the name of wife
17.  Doctrine of Advancement
18.  Sale of goods
19.  Intention is an essential ingredient
20.  Surrounding circumstances
21.  Mere suspicious circumstances may not be sufficient
22.  Source of consideration
23.  Factum of possession is also a material fact
24.  Custody of title deeds
25.  Motive
26.  Application by real owner to implead him as one of the plaintiffs
27.  Locus standi of a person not being a party to a transfer deed
28.  'Ownership of share
29.  Estoppel
30.  Res judicata
31.  Benamidar's right to maintain a suit for ejectment
32.  Benamidar's right to maintain a suit on mortgage
33.  Benamidar's right is maintain a suit for damages
34.  Benamidar's right to apply for final decree
35.  Decree for costs
36.  Income Tax Assessments
37.  Suits under Order XXI Rule 63 Civil Procedure Code
38.  Benami Transaction in case of public corporation
39.  Tenant can establish that apparent landlord is a Benamidar
40.  Defacto guardian and minor
41.  No Suit, claim or action
42.  No defence based on any right
43.  Coparcener
44.  Hindu Undivided family
45.  The property is held for the benefit of the coparcenary in the family
46.  Trust
47.  Trust
48.  Standing in a fiduciary capacity
49.  Suit for specific performance and Benami Transactions (Prohibition of the
       Right to Recover Property Ordinance 1988)
50.  Act 45 of 1988 is not retrospective in operation
51.  Ordinance is not violative of Article 19 (1) (f) of Constitution of India
52.  Bar is applicable to Cases of execution of decrees also
53.  Appeal
54.  Partition suit instituted prior to commencement of Act 45 of 1988
55.  Section 4 and A.P. Building (Lease, Rent? and Eviciton) Control Act
56.  Benamidar seeking Reference
57.  Section 4 and Partnership Act
5. Property held benami liable to acquisition
1.    Scope
2.    Property held benami Liable to acquisition
6. Act not to apply in certain cases
1.    Scope
2.    Creditor may include future or subsequent creditor also
3.    Meaning'of "Transfer of property"
4.    Section 53 applies to transfer of immovable property only
5.    The Principle can be extended to movables too
6.    Basic requisites of Section 53 of transfer of property
7.    Transfer to defeat creditor or creditors is voidable
8.    There must be intention to defeat and delay creditors
9.    Onus is on the person who impugns transaction
10.  A single creditor also can maintain a suit to avoid fraudulent transfer
11.  Order 1 Rule 8 Civil Procedure Code and Section 53 of the Transfer
       of Property Act
12.  Indian Trust Act
13.  Intention must be to defeat or delay creditors generally
14.  Fraudulent Preference
15.  Release deed in favour of wife
16.  Preferring one creditor to another on account of pressure
17.  Assignment with intent to defeat or delay the creditors
18.  Plea of fraud
7. Repeal of provisions of Certain Acts
1.    Scope
2.    Doctrine of Advancement
3.    Whether benamidar is trustee for real owner
4.    Section 66 Civil Procedure Code
5.    Section 281-A of Income Tax Act, 1961
8. Power to make rules
9. Repeal and Saving

Appendices
1. The Benami Transactions (Prohibition of the right to Recovery Property) Ordinance, 1988
2. 57th Report of Law Commission of India on Benami Transactions 1973.
3. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
4. The Indian Trust Act, 1882 (Relevant Sections)
5. The Transfer of Property Act
6. Civil Procedure Code (Relevant Portions)
7. The Indian Evidence Act, (Sectioins 101 to 114)
8.  The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Bill, 2011
9.  Index
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Author Details
Justice Sri P.S. Narayana, Judge, High Court of Andhra Pradesh, Hails from Chittoor District, A.P. He had his law degree from Sri Venkateswara University apart from his Post Graduation in Public Administration. He was the editor of Andhra Law Times, and Author of several Law books like, Law of Partnership, Law of Adverse Possession, Law of Limitation, Arbitration and Conciliation Act, Civil Compendium. Criminal Compendium, Pleadings & Practice (Civil & Criminal), Law of Benami, Law of Appeals, Law of Injunctions, Law of Easements etc.
The author has been delivering several lectures on different topics relating to law in Andhra Pradesh Judicial Academy and also in certain academic institutions on
their invitation.
Justice P. S. Narayana was sworn in as High Court Judge on 25-06-2001.
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