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Case: Relinquishment of Title and Interest in the Joint Property 

The article talks about the relinquishment of a title and interest in the joint property which sometimes creates confusion between a deed of conveyance and a release deed. A relinquishment deed is a legal document/instrument in which a person legally or formally relinquishes or releases his legal rights to the property being surrendered in the …

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Application of Intellectual Property Rights to the Space Industry

The Soviet Union had launched the first man made satellite on October 4, 1957, that is Sputnik, into Earth’s orbit.[1] Twenty three years later, in 1980, there were 1,058 satellites in orbit and fifty-two other satellites divided between lunar and solar/planetary orbits.[2] Currently, there are several major satellite communications projects planned which will put hundreds …

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Women’s Right to Property in India

Women play a key role in strengthening the dynamism of human civilization. Women were considered noble with a decent status in early Vedic civilization. The Vedāḥ has stressed women significantly with limited right to the legacy of property, wherein wedded little girls were never permitted to acquire their dad’s property.  Different personal laws change from …

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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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Transfer of Property for the Benefit of Unborn Person – An Analysis

Transfers which are made for the benefit of unborn persons are provided in the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (referred to as ‘Act’)[1]. This section deals with the transfer of immovable property to an unborn child. Section 13 Transfer for the benefit of the unborn person. – “Where, on a transfer of property, an interest …

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Moveable and Immovable Property under The TPA,1882

The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 is a civil legislation of immense significance owing to the vast number of properties related transactions taking place throughout the country. A uniform legislation was the need of the hour considering this factor, and this Act was drafted to serve the selfsame purpose. The Act came into existence on …

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CRYPTOCURRENCY AND ITS LEGAL REGULATIONS

INTRODUCTION While there is no legal definition for “cryptocurrency”, the “Oxford Dictionary” defines cryptocurrency as “a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank”.[1] With the global outbreak of Covid-19, and numerous businesses and enterprises …

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The doctrine of Lis Pendens

The doctrine of Lis Pendens

“Doctrine of lis pendens” has been propounded under Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882. According to this doctrine “the transfer of the immovable property related to suit under consideration or proceedings can only be done by the order of the court otherwise not. In other words, it can be said that if …

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