CANCELLATION OF POWER OF ATTORNEY IN INDIA

According to the Power of Attorney Act of 1882, a POA is any document that gives a specific person (the agent) the authority to act on behalf of and on behalf of the person who executed it (principal).Hormusji K. Bhabha vs Nana Appa on 30 January, 1934 defines Power of Attorney. The agent may also... Continue Reading →

COMPENSATION UNDER LAND ACQUISITION ACT 2013

Land acquisition is a process by which the government (state or union) can acquire private land for various purposes. In return, the government pays suitable compensation to the land owner and would be responsible for the rehabilitation and resettlement of the affected land owners. What is the 2013 Land Acquisition Act? The entire land purchase process... Continue Reading →

LEGAL REMEDIES FOR HOME BUYERS IN CASE OF DELAY IN POSSESSION BY THE BUILDER

Every time a person makes an investment in immovable property, a builder and a buyer sign a builder-buyer agreement. This Agreement specifies the time frame within which the buyer must receive the property or other possession. Delivery by the buyer is delayed when the builder does not transfer or deliver possession to the buyer within... Continue Reading →

HINDU UNDIVIDED FAMILY

What is a Hindu Undivided Family? According to Hindu law, a HUF is a family made up of the lineal descendants of a single progenitor. Their wives and unmarried daughters are included. You cannot establish a Hindu Undivided Family with a contract. In a Hindu family, it develops naturally. Jain, Sikh, and Buddhist families can... Continue Reading →

WHAT ARE EASEMENT RIGHTS?

WHAT ARE EASEMENT RIGHTS? "An easement is a right which the owner or occupier of certain land possesses, as such, for the beneficial enjoyment of that land to do and continue doing something, or to prevent and continue to prevent something being done, in or upon, or in respect of certain other lands not his... Continue Reading →

Mortgage of Property

PROPERTY Property is commonly described as a person's rights in relation to an object. Legal theorists have struggled with this term for a very long time. The same definitional issue also arises in non-Western societies. For instance, the word "property" can indicate several different things in Russian. It is sometimes used as a substitute for... Continue Reading →

EFFECT OF FAMILY DISPUTES ON THE PARTITION OF PROPERTY IN INDIA

An old saying, “Blood is thicker than water” is an accepted notion in our society, where immense importance is given to family members before any other relatives or friends. Once the family becomes embroiled in legal issues regarding the division of their possessions, this idea becomes tarnished. Things that may be resolved easily with the... Continue Reading →

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