FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN INDIA :

Introduction : Freehold property is any estate that is "free from hold" of any entity other than the owner. As a result, the owner of such an estate has perpetual free ownership and can utilise the land for any purpose, subject to local rules. A freehold property is more expensive than a leased property since... Continue Reading →

PROPERTY RIGHTS OF WIFE AFTER DIVORCE FROM HER HUSBAND IN THE INDIAN SCENERIO

Introduction : A man and a woman's marriage is a lifelong commitment, but when they decide to separate, many things are divided, including their assets. Real estate division is typically much more complicated given that it is the most valuable asset that most couples own. In India, a woman's right to her husband's property varies... Continue Reading →

Slum Rehabilitation Policy : Evolution, Need, Process, and Loopholes.

Introduction : Slum Rehabilitation Policy in India is an initiative started to revive of protect the slum area and its people in the country. The purpose of this policy is to protect these areas and develop them into productive areas for their people. All the projects under the policy are to be carried out by... Continue Reading →

CAN A PERSON BE DISPOSED OFF HIS OWN PROPERTY ? FACTUAL ANALYSIS IN THE LIGHT OF RIGHT TO PROPERTY IN INDIA

Introduction : The right to property is a fundamental human right. It is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. It is also protected by the Constitution of India. We have been given certain rights and with it comes duty. In order to protect... Continue Reading →

All about The Doctrine of Lis Pendence (Pending Suit) in Transfer of Property Law.

Introduction : The doctrine of lis pendence is a legal principle that states that a title to property cannot be transferred until the debtor has received the funds they are owed. This principle is important in property law because it helps to prevent creditors from seizing property until they have been paid. This principle is... Continue Reading →

PROCESS OF LAND ACQUISITION UNDER RIGHT TO FAIR COMPENSATION AND TRANSPARENCY IN LAND ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT ACT, 2013 : A BIRD’S EYE VIEW

Introduction : Land Acquisition is defined as the acquisition of ownership of private lands for public purpose. In the context of India, the definition of land acquisition is different than many countries where the government acquires the land for development projects. In India, land acquisition is done by the state governments for various purposes i.e.,... Continue Reading →

THINGS TO REMEMBER BEFORE TAKING A HOME LOAN IN INDIA : PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES

Introduction : In the past few years, home loans have become more accessible to Indians. Today, you no longer need a collateral to get a bank loan and the home loan interest rates are quite affordable as well. However, despite all these benefits, taking a home loan in India is still not easy. There are... Continue Reading →

RIGHTS OF AN ILLEGITIMATE CHILD OVER THE IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

Introduction :The inheritance rights of illegitimate children are governed by Section 16 (3) of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, which states that ‘such children are only entitled to the property of their parents and not of any other relation’. This implies that an illegitimate child would only have the right to his father’s self-acquired property,... Continue Reading →

Compensation Provisions and Determinants under The Land Acquisition Act

Introduction : The Land Acquisition Act, 1894 is an act of the Indian parliament for the acquisition of land for public purposes. It was enacted by the British government in 1894, and was the first law enacted by India's independent government in 1947. The act has been amended several times since then. The act provides... Continue Reading →

NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE (NOC) FOR TRANSFER OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY FROM HEIRS : ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW.

Introduction : NOC means “No Objection Certificate” it is a clear permission for transferring of property. NOCs play an important role in the real estate sector as they help in transferring properties from one owner to another. NOCs are often required by the seller or buyer who has already purchased a property and is looking... Continue Reading →

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