Is Suit for Permanent Injunction Maintainable When Title Is Disputed?
Supreme Court held that suit for a permanent injunction is not maintainable when the title of the property is disputed by the Defendant. Read More
Forfeiture of Earnest Money by the Builder? What Are Your Remedies?
It thus can be concluded that RERA Act have been brought in force to protect the interest of the homebuyers from the harsh actions of the builders. Read More
Whether Disputes Relating to Tenancy are Arbitrable?
Arbitrability determines whether the dispute is capable of being settled by arbitration. Read More
In Auction sales are the banks obliged to hand over the Title Deed to the Purchaser?
Sale certificate was also issued to the auction purchaser now the bank is under obligation to hand over the document to the purchaser. Read More
Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition
Section 24(2) of the Act of 2013 does not give rise to new cause of action to question the legality of concluded proceedings of land acquisition. Read More
Can Tenant Possess Property Beyond Prescribed Time In Absence of Registered Document?
The court held that if the tenant wants to continue his tenancy under section 13 (13) of the SARFAESI Act, 2002 then he needs to seek consent. Read More
Can a Subsequent Purchaser considered to be as Original Allottee
When the respondent purchaser stepped into the shoes of original allottees and the intimation of the same was given to the builder, Read More
Are you a homebuyer who is planning to take the builder to the court?
That if any project is registered under the RERA then also it cannot snatch the jurisdiction of the consumer court to adjudicate the matter, Read More
Is Non-Payment – A Ground for Cancellation of Sale Deed?
Mere non payment of the full amount of consideration cannot be held as a ground for cancellation of sale deed, Read More
Doctrine of Adverse Possession
Supreme Court clarifies that plea of adverse possession can be used both as a shield as well as a sword. Read More
Landmark Judgements on Adverse Possession
Not only enables a person to set up a plea of adverse possession as a shield as a defendant but also allows a plaintiff to use it as a sword, Read More
INTRODUCTION The possession of the property is a right of a person over the property to enjoy it and holding the title of that land. Read More
Bonafide Need of Commercial Premises is Different from Residential Premises
WHETHER SECTION 14(1)(e) OF DELHI RENT CONTROL ACT IS VIOLATIVE OF ARTICLE 14 OF CONSTITUTION OF INDIA? Read More
Model Tenancy Act 2021
Q. Origin of Model Tenancy Act 2021? The Model Tenancy Act 2021 was announced in the year 2019 and the same gets approval Read More
What if the Rent Agreement has expired and the Tenant not Vacating. When Tenant is required to vacate the Premises.
Giving your hard-earned property to tenants may be a nightmare for landlords. There may be a case tenant refuses to pay rent and Read More
How to file an online RERA Complaint?
Are you a homebuyer?
Builder is not giving possession of flat?
Builder has cheated you? Read More
Hon’ble HC stated the even a trespasser in a property is entitled to electricity
The Calcutta High Court recently have occasion to rule that even a trespasser, unless evicted by the due process of law, is entitled to electricity. Read More