Case Analysis: Tulk v. Moxhay

This case is a landmark English law case  Tulk v. Moxhay [1] where it was established that there are several instances and occasions where the equitable covenants can be binding on the future purchasers or buyers of the property that is to say that this runs with the land. The case primarily focuses on Section …

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Concept of Property  

The term property is derived from a French word ‘properties’ and a Latin equivalent word ‘proprietary’ which literally provides a meaning of a thing or an object owned by an individual to which he/she has a complete right or ownership of the possessions[1]. The article is a detailed discussion of concept of property.  The term …

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Land Acquisition Act,2013 

The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement, 2013 is the culmination of heightened public concern on land acquisition issues under the old (1894) antiquated and badly outdated Act. Although several amendments had been made in the statute enacted in the times of the British, the skeleton of the legislation …

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Land reforms in India

Land – a part of earth which is not covered by water. “Land” is said to be the most important feature of nature. Human population uses land for productivity, source of food and a place to live and to do their work. ” Land reforms ” refers to the efforts to reform the ownership of …

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