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M. Krishnaswami's Law of Adverse Possession

M. Krishnaswami's Law of Adverse Possession

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The concept of adverse possession is based on the fact of dispossessionof the owner, the gaining of legal possession by the dispossessor andnegligence on the part of the owner to seek remedial action within aprescribed time. The law relating thereto has seen considerabledevelopment since Law of Adverse Possession by Krishnaswami was firstpublished in 1940. Keeping this in mind, chapters in this presentedition have been rearranged and new chapters added to give the readera better understanding of this unique law.
The author has made a special effort to provide clarity to aspects ofadverse possession relating, among other things, to its commencement,continuity and conclusion, relationship between licensor and licenseeand vendor and vendee and benami transactions. Case law has beenupdated till May 2002.
The book will be very useful to the Bar and the Bench, members of law faculty in universities, law schools, lawyers.
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Contents
Chapter 1.    General
Chapter 2.    Possession
Chapter 3.    Dispossession and Discontinuance of Possession
Chapter 4.    Adverse Possession
Chapter 5.    Commencement, Continuity and Conclusion of Adverse Possession
Chapter 6.    Tacking
Chapter 7.    Coparceners, Co-sharers, Co-Heirs and Co-Tenants
Chapter 8.    Limited Owners and Reversioners
Chapter 9.    Landlords and Tenants
Chapter 10.  Mortgagors and Mortgagees
Chapter 11.  Trusts, Religious Endowments and Service Inams
Chapter 12.  Bona fide Purchaser, Benami Transactions and Adverse
Chapter 13.  Estoppel, Res Judicata and Lis Pendens – Adverse Possession
Chapter 14.  Articles 64 of the Limitation Act, Section 6 of the Specific Relief Act
                    and Adverse Possession
Chapter 15.  Pleading, Evidence and Burden of Proof of Adverse Possession
Index
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Author Details
Author - M. Krishnaswami
Revising Author - Abha Kulshreshtha
Abha Kulshreshtha is a practising advocate and handles Civil, Labour, Matrimonial and Criminal cases. A former Visiting Faculty at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi & Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi & Co-ordinator and Visiting Faculty, Alternative Disputes Resolution, New Delhi, Abha has written many books on law and is currently associated with the School of Law & Legal Studies, G G S. Indraprastha University.

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