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The Transfer of Property Act, 1882

The Transfer of Property Act, 1882

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  • Author(s): Anil K. Nair
  • Brand: Aparna Publications
  • Edition: Latest Edn.
  • Approx. Pages 127 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 27 x 21 cms
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Contents
1.    Introduction
2.    Definition of Immovable Property
3.    Attestation
4.    Notice and Constructive Notice
5.    Definition of Transfer of Property
6.    Properties Which Cannot be Transferred
7.    Oral Transfer
8.    Conditions Restraining Alienation
9.    Restraint on Mode of Enjoyment
10.  Interest Determinate On Insolvency
11.   Transfer in favour of Unborn Person
12.  Rule against Perpetuity
13.  Class Gift
14.  Doctrine of Accumulation of Income
15.  Vested Interest and Contingent Interest
16.  Doctrine of Acceleration
17.  Conditional Transfer
18.  Doctrine of Election
19.  Doctrine of Apportionment
20.  Transfer by Ostensible Owner
21.   Doctrine of Feeding the Grant by Estoppel
22.  Qui Prior Est Tempore Potior Est Jure
23.  Improvements by Bona fide Holder under Defective Title
24.  Doctrine of Lis Pendens
25.  Fraudulent Transfer
26.  Doctrine of Part Performance
27.  Sale of Immovable Property
28.  Mortgage of Immovable Property
29.  Redemption of Mortgage
30.  Doctrine of Consolidation
31.   Liabilities of Mortgagor
32.  Rights and Liabilities of Mortgagee
33.  Doctrine of Marshalling
34.  Doctrine of Contribution
35.  Doctrine of Subrogation
36.  Redeem Up and Foreclose Down
37.  Doctrine of Tacking
38.  Charge
39.  Lease of Immovable Property
40.  Tenancy by Holding Over
41.   Exchange
42.  Gift
43.  Actionable Claim
Sovled Problems
Previous Questions
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Author Details
Anil K. Nair
, Advocate, High Court of Kerala.
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