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The Transfer of Property Act

The Transfer of Property Act

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  • Author(s): Dr. R.K. Sinha
  • Brand: Central Law Agency
  • Edition: 20 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 10 8194165903
  • ISBN 13 9788194165903
  • Approx. Pages 528 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description

It gives the revisionist greate pleasure in presenting the present edition to it readers. In this edition relevant materials upto April, 2019 are incorporated and every case has been taken to make the book more useful, lucid and relevant. During this period some important provisions of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, were discussed by various Courts so as to explain hither to unexplained dimensions of those principles. In S. Sarojini Ammo. v. Velayndhan Filial Sreekumar, AIR 2018 SC 523?, the Supreme Court clarified that ownership in property can be gifted without transfer of ownership of such property. The Supreme Court in Balwant Vithal Kadam v. Sunil Babnraoi Kadam, AIR 2018 SC 49, declared that the sale agreement between parties cannot be treated as actual transfer of property. With respect to difference in the definition of lease given in this Act and the Stamp Act, 1899 it was held by the Surpeme Court that the definition in the Stamp Act is wider than the definition given in the Transfer of Property Act. This view, it seems is influenced by the fact that the Stamp Act is related with revenue whereas the Transfer of Property Act is related with the transfer of right/interest. The Supreme Court also dealt with the provisions of Section 43 of the Act and elaborated on its scope in Tanu Ram Bora v. Pramod Chand Das (D), AIR 2019 SC 927. The Supreme Court had also occasion to examine Sections 53-A, 55, 60, 106 and 118 during this period. Apart from the Supreme Court, various High Courts have also examined different provisions of the Act and have clarified technical aspects relating to them. These judgments are significant as they have clarified various technical questions relating to this subject. It is hoped that this edition will prove more useful to readers and they would be able to understand the subject and complexities related to it.
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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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