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The Transfer of Property Act

The Transfer of Property Act

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  • Author(s): Dr. R.K. Sinha
  • Publisher: Central Law Agency
  • Edition: 21 Ed 2021
  • ISBN 10 8194833086
  • ISBN 13 9788194833086
  • Approx. Pages 540 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description

It gives me immense pleasure in presenting the 21st Edition of the "Transfer of Property Act, 1882" to our esteemed readers. The relevant material available upto November 2020 has been incorporated to keep the book up-to- date and at the same time strenuous efforts have been made to keep the book student-friendly. Judgements delivered by the Supreme Court of India as well as by various High Courts of the country were examined and relevant cases are incorporated at appropriate places. In some of the cases, Courts have tried to clarify the doubtful issues. In the case of Sridhar and another v. N. Revenna and others, AIR 2020 SC 824, the Supreme Court clarified that where property is transferred in favour of a minor and the minor is deprived of the right to transfer the property, such a deprivation would be void and the minor would be entitled to transfer the property as if no restriction exists. In the case of Dr. S. Kumar and others v. S. Ramlingam, AIR 2019 SC 3654, the question of easementary right of a purchaser was considered and it was held that a purchaser occupying the back portion of a property is entitled to use the property infront of it as easementary right i.e. the right of passage. In another case, the Karta of the family sold his coparcenary property knowing that his son has become a member of the coparcenary. The son challenged the transfer on the ground that it was not for any legal necessity. The father failed to produce any evidence regarding legal necessity. The transaction was held void and the transferee was held to be affected by the principle of
lis pendens.
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Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 :  Preliminary
Chapter 2 :  Of Transfers of Property by Act of Parties
Chapter 3 :  Of Sales of Immovable Property
Chapter 4 :  Of Mortgages of Immovable Property and Charges
Chapter 5 :  Of Leases of Immovable Property
Chapter 6 :  Of Exchanges
Chapter 7 :  Of Gifts
Chapter 8 :  Of Transfers of Actionable Claims
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Author Details
R.K.Sinha
, Formerly, Head & Dean, Faculty of Law of University Of Allahabad

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