Also go thru;
Supreme Court of India
Hafeeza Bibi & Ors vs Shaikh Farid(Dead) By Lrs. & Ors on 5 May, 2011
Author: R Lodha
Bench: R.M. Lodha, Surinder Singh Nijjar
34. Now, as regards the facts of the present case, the gift was made by Shaik Dawood by a written deed dated February 5, 1968 in favour of his son Mohammed Yakub in respect of the properties `A' schedule and `B' schedule appended thereto. The gift - as is recited in the deed - was based on love and affection for Mohammed Yakub as after the death of donor's wife, he has been looking after and helping him. Can it be said that because a declaration is reduced to writing, it must have been registered? We think not.
Madras High Court
The Chairman And Managing Trustee vs Tmt.C.V.Rajeswari Ammal on 22 June, 2012
19…plaintiff who was aware of the fact that no transfer has been effected under the unregistered gift deed, has failed to adduce reliable and sufficient evidence to discharge the burden of proving that the possession of the suit property by the plaintiff at least from the date of the said unregistered gift deed, namely 6.1.1985, was with the necessary animus to possess it adverse to that of the defendants and that hence the plaintiff has miserably failed to prove its case that it has possessed property with necessary animus to possess it adverse to that of the real owners over and above the statutory period and thereby perfected title by adverse possession.
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