Transfer of Property Act 1882

Chander Bhan (D) vs Mukhtiar Singh 2024 INSC 377 – Lis Pendens – TP Act

Transfer of Property Act, 1882; Section 52- Doctrine of lis pendens- Object underlying the doctrine of lis pendens is for maintaining status quo that cannot be affected by an act of any party in a pending litigation. The objective is also to prevent multiple proceedings by parties in different forums. The principle is based on …

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Kizhakke Vattakandiyil Mahadevan (D) vs Thiyyurkunnath Meethal Janaki 2024 INSC 287 :: [2024] 4 S.C.R. 383- Transfer Of Property – Title

Transfer of Property – If a document seeking to convey immovable property ex-facie reveals that the conveyer does not have the title over the same, specific declaration that the document is invalid would not be necessary. The Court can examine the title in the event any party to the proceeding sets up this defence. (Para …

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