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Mulla The Registration Act

Mulla The Registration Act

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  • Author(s): K.Kannan
  • Brand: LexisNexis Butterworths
  • Edition: 13 Ed 2016
  • ISBN 13 9789350356692
  • Approx. Pages 918+ Contents
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
In these trying times of docket explosion, any legislation has to be tested on the touchstone of the impact that it makes on the litigation scenario in India. A revenue legislation for the State is what is of procedural importance in trials for establishing proof of claim to title through registered instruments, admissibility of instruments if they are unregistered, the solemnity of the registration process and how it affects transmission of rights in relation to property covered through the instruments. The 20th century legislation has undergone many a court room drill and there is no provision left which offers any scope for interpretation. There have been periodical State amendments expanding the categories of registrable documents and there have been litigations in these areas, particularly, as regards provisions for agreements for sale or property, deeds of power of attorney, cancellation of documents, impermissibility of registration of deeds that include properties belonging to State, public bodies like corporations, municipalities, religious and charitable institutions controlled through statutory bodies.
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Contents
The Registration Act, 1908
Part I - Preliminary
Part II - Of the Registration Establishment
Part III - Of Registration Documents
Part IV - Of the time for Presentation
Part V - Of the Place Of Registration
Part VI - Of Presenting Documents for Registration
Part VII - Of Enforcing the Appearance of Executants And Witnesses
Part VIII - Of Presenting Wills and Authorities to Adopt
Part IX - Of the Deposit of Wills
Part X - Of the Effects of Registration and Non-Registration
Part XI - Of the Duties and Powers of Registering Officers
Part XII - Of Refusal to Register
Part XIII - Of the Fees for Registration, Searches and Copies
Part XIV - Of Penalties
Part XV - Miscellaneous
Appendix
Subject Index
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Author Details
Justice K. Kannan
, Judge, Punjab & Haryana High Court Chandigarh
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