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Law of Benami Property Transactions (A Descriptive Commentary on the Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act, 1988 With Detailed Guidance Notes)

Law of Benami Property Transactions (A Descriptive Commentary on the Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act, 1988 With Detailed Guidance Notes)

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A Benami transaction is one, where one person holds a property and another pays for it. The Transactions is done to benefit the person, who pays for the property, either directly or indirectly .Benami Purchases are made in false name of another person, who does not pay the consideration but merely lends his name, while the real title vests in another person, who actually purchased the property and he is the beneficial owner: Benami transactions used to take place, in the past, to evade law of perpetuity, because of parda systems, to avoid annoyance, Zamindar’s desire to avoid indignity and legal disability, mysterious desire etc. Past experience shows that benami transactions have often been resorted to for furthering illegal or questionable objects, including the evasion of taxes. Benami transactions are sometimes also resorted to in order to defeat creditors.
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Contents
PART  1     GUIDANCE NOTES
CHAPTER-1.1        Salient Features of the Act
CHAPTER-1.2        Benami Property Transactions
CHAPTER-1.3        Legal Consequences of Benami Property Transactions
CHAPTER 1.4        Rights and Remedies under the ACT
CHAPTER 1.5        Authorities under the Act
PART 2    COMMENTARY ON THE ACT
CHAPTER-1           Introduction
CHAPTER-1 A        Introduction
CHAPTER-II            Prohibition of Benami Transactions
CHAPTER-III          Authorities
CHAPTER-IV          Attachment, Adjudication and Confiscation.
CHAPTER-V          Appelatte Tribunal
CHAPTER-VI   Special Courts
CH APTER-VII   Offences & Prosecutions
CHAPTER-VIII        Miscellaneous
PART 3    OTHER RELEVANT LAWS
CHAPTER-3.1       The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 1999....
CHAPTER-3.2       The Economic Offenses (In-applicability of Limitation) Act, 1974
PART 4    RELEVANT PROVISIONS OF INCOME TAX 1961
CHAPTER-4.1       Relevant Provisions of Income Tax 1961
PART  5    APPENDICES
Appendix 5.1       Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act,1988
Appendix 5.2       The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016
Appendix 5.3       The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 1988
Appendix 5.4       The Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Rules, 2016
Appendix 5.5       Notifications under PBPT Act
Appendix 5.6       The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Bill, 2015
Appendix 5.6A     Notice of Amendment to The Benami Transactions (Prohibition)
                                 Amendment Bill, 2015
Appendix 5.7       The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Bill, 2011
Appendix 5.8       57th Report of the Law Commission
Appendix 5.9       130th Report of the Law Commission
Appendix 5.10     Report of Parliamentary Standing Committee 2011 -12
Appendix 5.11     Report of the Parliamentary Standing Committee 2015-16
Appendix 5.12     The Prevention of Money - Laundering Act, 2002
Appendix 5.13     Second Schedule to the Income Tax Act
Appendix 5.14     Extracts from Income Tax Act, 1961 (Repealed Section)
Appendix 5.15     Extracts from Indian Trust Act, 1882 (Repealed Sections)
Appendix 5.16     Extracts from Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (Repealed Sections)
Appendix 5.17     Transfer pf Property Act, 1882
Appendix 5.18     Indian Trust Act, 1882
Appendix 5.19     Sales of Goods  Act, 1930
Appendix 5.20     Civil Procedure Code 1908 - Extracts
Appendix 5.21     Indian Evidence Act, 1872 - Extracts
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Author Details
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar obtained degrees of MCom, LLB, PGDIPRL and PhD. He did General Management from Sloan School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston (USA) and Cobol Programming from IIT, Kanpur. He is a Fellow Member of the "Institute of Cost Accountants of India" (FCMA) and the "Institute of Company Secretaries of India" (FCS).He has over 35 years' rich experience in the field of corporate, business and economic laws, company law, corporate finance, accounts, costing, budgeting, MIS, systems, corporate affairs, merchant banking, capital market, mutual funds etc.He is currently Managing Director of BPA Advisory Limited. He was Formerly Executive Director with Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd., the largest manufacturers of sugar and ethanol in the country (4th largest in the world) as In-charge of Group's Corporate and Legal Affairs for more than 12 years. He is also Founder and Chairman of BPA Foundation and President of the India Economic Foundation.
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