Biography Of Justice Rekha Palli

Justice Rekha Palli (born March 9, 1963) is an Indian judge who currently serves on the Delhi High Court. She has presided over a number of high-profile political cases, including the disqualification of Aam Aadmi Party MLAs, the enrolment requirements for the Central Industrial Security Force, and the disappearance of Delhi University student Najeeb Ahmad.... Continue Reading →

Difference between vested interest and contingent intrest

Vested interest and contingent interest are the two types of interests that are covered by the Transfer of Property Act, 1882. Given that there are numerous parts that discuss vested interest and contingent interest, it is crucial to comprehend these notions. The key distinction between the two ideas is that the transfer of property with... Continue Reading →

Reversion And Reminder Under Transfer Of Property

ReversionReversion in real estate is the ability to take back possession or ownership of a property after a given amount of time has passed or a specific event has taken place. The original owner of the property frequently holds the reversionary interest, which becomes effective when a certain event occurs. The original conveyance document must... Continue Reading →

Basic rules relating to transfer of Property

On July 1st, 1882, the Transfer of Property Act became operative. It controls the laws governing the transfer of property between living individuals in accordance with the laws governing its devolution upon death. Additionally, it completes the code of contract law with regard to real estate. This Act only deals with the transfer of immovable... Continue Reading →

Things That Cannot Be Held As Immovable Property

Property is a term used in law to refer to a wide range of objects. It covers not only real assets like land and things, but also intangible rights that could be used as a revenue stream. Similar to the global commons, which are resources that everyone can use and enjoy without granting any one... Continue Reading →

Moveable Property

Property The word "property" is frequently used in many facets of life. The concept of property has existed since the dawn of humanity. For their daily needs, people in ancient kingdoms and governments also acquired property and possessions, which led to the gradual development of rules governing it. When referring to items that belonged to... Continue Reading →

Immovable Property

Introduction Immoveable property, as the term implies, is property that cannot be moved or is permanently affixed to the earth's surface. We commonly refer to land or a real estate property when we talk about the earth's surface. As a result, land and things permanently attached to the land are considered immovable property. Immovable property... Continue Reading →

Absolute Interest Under Transfer Of Property Act 1882

Introduction The phrase "transfer of property" is defined under Section 5 of the Transfer of Property Act of 1882. According to the provision, a "transfer of property" is an act by which a live person conveys property to one or more other living persons, or to himself and one or more than one living person,... Continue Reading →

Scope of Transfer Of Property Act, 1882

Meaning of Property Property in India is classified into two categories: moveable and immovable property. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, is an ancient piece of legislation that governs the transfer of property between living individuals. It went into effect on July 1, 1882. The act is viewed as an extension of the Contract Law... Continue Reading →

Biography of Justice Pratibha M.Singh

Life Prathiba Maninder Singh (born July 20, 1968) is an Indian judge who currently serves on the Delhi High Court. As a practising lawyer and an advisor to many legislative committees developing related laws, she has made major contributions to scholarly research and legal advancements in Indian intellectual property law. Study Justice Prathiba M. Singh... Continue Reading →

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