1. Yes. It's law.
2. It's applicable when a private property is under uninterrupted possession and enjoyment of a person having relevant revenue records for at least 12 years. If it's public property, the period is 20 years.
After these periods the person becomes absolute owner of the property whether he has any registered document or not.
3.The situations are easily imaginable.
sorry sir , my motto is to take the help only. I am searching the legal help regarding my own case . My own case is of rent & possession demanded by lanlord.
I am tenant of 54 years in said property . We lost the case in Junior level court just on account of cross not given by tenant but in proof tenant has given all documnetery event to court .In fact there are so many debateable issues are there which is not given by us (as per guidance) to the court that's why i am searching legal help through this forum nothing than this