Power of Attorney is most widely used document in property transactions.
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Transfer of property as defined under the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 is the act of conveying property by one person to one or more living persons. A property can be transferred in the form of sale, lease, mortgage, gift, and exchange.
Nature of the property under S.6 and 8 of HSA after the demise of the holder!
Introduction When the subject of fair compensation arises, there has always been a debate as to whether the compensation given by government for acquisition of land from private individual is sufficient or not. Since Independence, there h
The Bare reading of Section 8 isSection 8.General rules of succession in the case of males. - The property of a male Hindu dying intestate shall devolve according to the provisions of this chapter: -(a) Fi
INTRODUCTIONUnder Section 32(g) of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority must take measures to facilitate amicable c
The past decade has been a game changer for the Indian real estate sector. With the likes of Amrapali, Japyee, Unitech and several other builders who created a nationwide paranoia among home buyers, enactment of new real estate laws turned it all aro
All provisions of Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (Act) have come in force in Maharashtra on 1st May 20
License defined According to Section-52 of the Indian Easement Act, 1882 (Easement Act), where one person grants to another a right to do in or upon the immovable property of the grantor, something which would in the absence of such right, be unlawfu
IntroductionWill is a legal declaration in the form of a document, expressing the intention of a testator, about how his property would be devolved on whom after his death. It is a personal document of a testator of sound mind, in regard to the dispo
IntroductionThe �advance deposit�, which is being paid as part of a contract for transfer of an immovable property, has in the past been treated conceptually quite different from the �earnest money�, similarly paid.However the
Mortgage definedMortgage is transfer of an interest in a specific immovable property, for securing an advance payment of money by way of loan. It creates a pecuniary liability. It is in the form of a debt. The liability cannot be defeated by any sub
Attesting witnessAn attesting witness is a person who puts his sign or mark on a deed or will at the request of its creator, immediately after its execution, for the purpose of proving and identifying that it is executed by the maker of it. Unless t
A servitude is a right that a person has over the immovable property of another. It allows holder of the servitude to do something with the other person�s property, which may infringe upon the rights of the owner of the property. An example is
One of the Deeds which seems to escape the axe of section 17(2) of the Registration Act is the Family Settlement.
IntroductionUnder Indian Limitation Act, 1963 a suit instituted after the period prescribed, is not maintainable and shall be dismissed.Article 65 of the Limitation Act prescribes the period of limitation for suits for possession of immovable prop
The Right to Property of a woman witnessed unprecedented changes from the days of uncodified Hindu Law till date. A woman was entitled to only a Limited Estate before 1956 but w
Understanding doctrine of lis pendensSection 52 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (TP Act) embodies the doctrine of lis pendens. The doctrine provides that during the pendency of a litigation in which any right to immovable property is in question, s