CONTENTPart I-The Transfer of Property Act, 1882IntroductionAttestationGeneral Principles of Transfer of PropertyCompetency of PartiesGeneral Rule Relating to the Transfer of PropertyCondition Restraining AlienationConditions Restraining EnjoymentCondition in a saleCondition restraining on partitionA condition postponing enjoyment of the propertyCondition of residenceTransfers for the Benefit of Unborn PersonsThe Rule Against PerpetuityVested and Contingent InterestsKinds Conditional TransfersThe Doctrine of ElectionOstensible OwnerTransfer by Unauthorized Person or Doctrine of Feeding the Grant by EstoppelPriority of RightsImprovements made by Bonafide Holders under Defective TitleDoctrine of Lis PendensFraudulent TransfersDoctrine of Pan Performance Difference between English Law and Indian LawPart II-Speci6c TransfersSale of Immovable PropertyRights and liabilities of seller (Section 55) before completion of saleRights and liabilities of seller (Section 55) after completion of saleRights and liabilities of buyer (Section 55) before completion of saleRights and liabilities of buyer (Section 55) after completion of saleMortgagesEssentialsKinds of mortgagesRights of Mortgager – Redemption of PropertyDoctrine of MarshalingDoctrine of ContributionDifferences between Marshaling and ContributionLease of Immovable PropertyConditionsEssential characteristics of a leaseTermination of leaseLeases how made (Section 107)Rights and Liabilities of Lessor and LesseeGiftKinds of GiftsExchangeActionable ClaimNoticeLaw of EasementEasement RightsLicensesExtinction Suspension and Revival of Easement Rights ABOUT THE BOOKQuick Reference Guide: Q & A Series is a very unique and aberrant concept in lexis Nexis Academics Series. A quick referencer cum revision book, mapped to the syllabus of all universities, focusing on quick conceptual clarity. The QRG series follows a uniform Questions and Answers format which not only helps students to understand a concept quickly but also provides a tool for aiding in last minute rapid revisions.Γ* Case Materials: Key concepts in simple, lucid and easy to understand language supported with relevant case law.Γ* Questions & Answers: Topic wise important questions and answers are provided to enhance the student’s learningskills, problem solving ability and to improve question attempting skills.
Rosedar S R A
1st Edition , 2014