What is Continuous Easement ?

Freedom and Property Rights are inseparable. You can't have one without the other.                                                                                                                                 -George Washington  INTRODUCTION What is an easement?  The concept of the easement has been defined under Section 4 of The Indian Easements Act, 1882. According to the provisions of Section 4, easement or easement agreement is a term that describes a situation in which one party... Continue Reading →

What is Completion Certificate?

A certificate does not make you certified. Attitude, performance, commitment to self and team - these and a certificate make you certified. INTRODUCTION After a housing project has been completed in accordance with a building plan that has been approved, it is granted a completion certificate, which is a legal document. Any housing project that... Continue Reading →

Actionable claim under Transfer of Property

Introduction In India, the Transfer of Property Act, 1882[1] deals with the laws relating to the transfer of properties. However, this act does not incorporate all types of properties, or all types of transfers neither does it include all the rules regarding the different modes of transfer. Hence, the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 is... Continue Reading →

Mortgage by Conditional Sale

Introduction In India, the Transfer of Property Act, 1882[1] contains the provisions for an array of concepts including the concept of mortgage. Apart from this, the Hindu and Muslim personal laws also recognize the concept of mortgage. The concept of mortgage is very similar to the concept of ‘hypotheca’ of Roman law.[2] Here, if the... Continue Reading →

Actionable Claim under Transfer of Property

INTRODUCTION The transfer of property act is generally based on immovable property, but some of its provisions can also be laid on movable property. In general, an actionable claim refers to one that allows you to take legal action. It signifies there is a claim and you can approach the court to have it enforced.... Continue Reading →

Security Deposit while renting the property

"Service is the Rent we pay for the Privilege of Living on this Earth.” Introduction A security deposit is an amount that a tenant pays to the landlord at the start of the tenancy.                The sum that a tenant gives the landlord as a security deposit is paid at the beginning of the tenancy. It is... Continue Reading →

NOC for transfer of Properties from Legal Heirs

NOC for transfer of Properties from Legal Heirs A NOC is a document that states certain information about a property and is issued by government bodies, local governments, banks, and even individuals. In real estate deals, a NOC serves as confirmation that the NOC provider would not face any legal issues if the transaction goes... Continue Reading →

What are Easement Rights?

Introduction The Right of Easement has been in existence since time immemorial even back when the human race first emerging from cruelty and violence, embraced the custom of living as each other’s neighbors and respecting each other’s rights. It was crucial for the common good of the society to adopt the universal principle that an... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION A person is a human being who is capable of thought, expression, and the holding and exercise of rights and obligations. But is the term "person" limited to just natural persons? The response would be no. Even an artificial person falls under the notion of a person, which goes beyond a genuine person. "Any... Continue Reading →

Attachment of Property under Benami Act

Introduction In recent times, the government has taken major steps to end the rampant problem of unaccounted money or Black money. One of the major areas for generation of black money in India is the Real estate sector. In view of this, Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 1988 [1] having 8 sections, was introduced. The act... Continue Reading →

Kinds of rights under the jurisprudence

In layman's language, the word "right" indicates the highest allowed behaviour within a certain area. It implies that a person's legal right is the standard of acts that are permitted by law. The term right refers to any course of conduct authorised by law. Similarly, the phrase "legal right" denotes the minimum legally permissible activity.... Continue Reading →

National Human Rights Commission:Composition, Powers and Functions

Abstract : 1. Composition of National Human Rights Commission. 2. Functions of Human Rights Commission. 3. Powers of Human Rights Commission. Article: • Section 3 in The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 deals with the constitution of the NHRC Constitution of a National Human Rights Commission.— (1) The Central Government shall constitute a body... Continue Reading →

Role of State Human Rights Commission

Abstract : 1. Introduction . 2. Constitution of State Human Rights Commission . 3. Appointment of Chairperson and Members of State Commission . 4. Resignation and Removal of Chairperson and Members of State Commission. 5. Salary and Allowances 6. Functions of State Human Rights Commission. 7. Powers of SHRC. 8. Achievements of SHRC. 9. Conclusion.... Continue Reading →

Inheritance of Tenancy

Introduction Property is one of the many essential assets that a person owns during his lifetime. After his demise, the same is inherited by his successors. Tenancy rights in a property often become a reason for disputes and litigation upon the death of a tenant. The main reason of such disputes is the ambiguity surrounding... Continue Reading →

Composition, Powers and Functions of National Commission for Women.

Abstract: 1. Composition of National commission for women. 2. Term of office and conditions of service of chairperson and members. 3. Powers of NCW. 4. Functions of NCW Article: • Composition of the National Commission for Women: Section 3 in The National Commission for Women Act, 1990 3. Constitution of the National Commission for Women.-... Continue Reading →

Composition, Powers and Functions of National Commission for Men

Abstract : 1. Introduction 2. When Laws Say Men’s Rights are NOT Human Rights 3. Domestic violence laws 4. Child custody laws and visitation laws work against men 5. Gender biased rape laws in India 6. What needs to be done to change the situation 7. Men’s Rights are also Human Rights 8. Men in... Continue Reading →

Composition, Powers and Functions of SC/ST Commission.

Abstract: 1. Introduction 2. Article 338 in the Constitution of India 1949. 3. Composition of National Commission for Scheduled Castes. 4. Powers of SC Commission 5. Functions of SC Commission. 6. Composition of National Commission for Scheduled Tribes. 7. Powers of ST Commission. 8. Functions of ST Commission. Article: • Introduction: 1. Article 338 of... Continue Reading →

Role of Civil Societies and Media.

Abstract: • What is media? • Role of Media in society. • Meaning, importance and Role of Civil society. • Concept of civil society. • Conclusion. Article: What is media ? Power of speech is a bliss to man. It is a pleasure to listen to people and to express the feelings of one and... Continue Reading →

Group Rights Prisoners.

Abstract: 1. Prison 2. Prisoner 3. UN Charter 4. India Law 5. The Prisons Act, 1894 6. The Prisons Act, 1990 7. Conclusion Article: Prison: 1. A Place of confinement for the safe custody of persons; a goal. [Whart.].  2. Includes any place which has been declared by a State Government, by general or special order, to... Continue Reading →

Group Rights Women and Children

Abstract : 1. Chid Rights 2. Some of the most important rights to children 3. Women's rights 4. Women-specific legislation 5. Women-related legislation 6. Some of the most important rights to women 7. Conclusion. Article: Child Rights : Includes the children's rights adopted in the United Nations convention on the Rights of the Child on... Continue Reading →

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