Melvaram and kudivaram in property sale

barrister

Hello experts

Kindly explain me what is melvaram and kudivaram. I know this relates to some rights but dont know exactly what it is and how it affects the purchaser of a property

In an auction sale held in the 1900s a person purchased a property and the measurement of the property which he purchases is not stated in the sale certificate, but instead it just says of the total share of 895,   melvaram kudivaram share is 500 and melvaram share alone is 395. There is no boundary, measurement nothing but the door number of the property is given. 

This sale is a court auction wherein the person purchased the property. 

Can this be taken that the ownership is absolutely transfered to the purchaser  ?

Kindly explain me..

thanx in advance

 
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