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The Sthanee has an absolute interest in the income of the Sthanam properties or acquisitions

 06 June 2020

A member of the tarwad has no right to maintenance from out of the Sthanam properties nor can such property be converted into tarwad property by the grant of such maintenance by custom or otherwise or intermingling of the Sthanam properties with th

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Will Cannot be Suspected merely Because Beneficiary helped the Testator in preparing the Will

 05 June 2020

The Supreme Court was dealing with an appeal by special leave against the judgment whereby the Delhi High Court had dismissed the appeal preferred by the present appellant and had affirmed the judgment passed by the Additional District Judge in a Pro

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Whether an estranged husband who was prima facie shown to be violent could be allowed into matrimonial home where wife resided with her

 18 May 2020

The Court held under Section 19(1)b of the DV Act, the respondent be denied the right to live in the matrimonial home despite he being the owner of such shared household. The object behind this lies on the idea that even though he is an owner of the

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Wife cannot invoke a writ against Builder or Development Authority to enforce Right to Matrimonial Home

 30 April 2020

In the case of Aishwarya Pusalkar v. State of Maharashtra, the Supreme Court on 27th April held that wife cannot invoke a writ against Builder or Development Authority to enforce Right to Matrimonial Home, if the husband is not allowing her to reside

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Additional Enhanced Cost can be charged by developing agency from allottee

 17 December 2014

A) Allotment of residential plot - the Administration issued the allotment letter in favour of the appellant within 48 hours of submission of application making it clear that as the proper calculation could not be made and tentative price had not bee

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Rights of an auction-purchaser in the property

 13 January 2014

Rights of an auction-purchaser in the property purchased by him cannot be extinguished. Exceptions: In cases where the said purchase can be assailed on the following grounds: 1. Collusion 2. Fraud

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Succession Act, 1925 - Secs. 57, 213 - Compulsory Requirement of Probate

 24 May 2013

SUCCESSION ACT, 1925 - SECS. 57, 213 - COMPULSORY REQUIREMENT OF PROBATE - PETITIONER IS A HOUSE WIFE AND HER FATHER IN LAW PURCHASED THE PROPERTY IN GANDHINAGAR - EXECUTION OF WILL BY THE FATHER IN LAW OF THE PETITIONER - AS PER THE WILL, THE PROPER

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Section 15 applies to the property inherited by the female from her parents and when the females die without any son or daughter

 13 September 2012

The learned Single Judge has noticed that the matters, though in diversity of facts, entail common question of law relating to interpretation of Sections 48, 51 & 53 of the Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954 (DLR Act) i.e. who is to succeed to/inherit the

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Party of a contract who has complains of breach of contract must prove what is the actual loss suffered by it

 01 August 2012

The undisputed facts are that the plaintiff, M/s York Export Ltd., and the defendants entered into an agreement whereby the defendants agreed to sell and the plaintiff agreed to purchase 164 bighas 7 biswas of land owned by the defendants comprised

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Limitation to initiate proceeding under sec 81 of Delhi Lansd Reform Act.have to be reconed from period of violation

 08 June 2012

The challenge to the impugned order (Annexure P-8) is on the ground that the earlier proceedings under Section 81 of the Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954, initiated against the petitioner were dropped vide order of 4th May, 2000 (Annexure P-2) and in vie

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