Posts in the Property Category at Advocateji, New Delhi

A piece of advice on mortgage of immovable property: A has mortgaged his immovable property to M for securing repayment of certain dues. The Mortgage is a Simple Mortgage. The …Read the Rest

Section 108. Rights and liabilities of lessor and lessee In the absence of a contract or local usage to the contrary, the lessor and the lessee of immovable property, as …Read the Rest

When does the conditional transfer fail? Section 23 provides that, where on transfer of property, an interest therein is to accrue to a spectified person, if a specified uncertain event …Read the Rest

The Delhi Apartment Ownership Act 1986 Preamble (Act No. 58 Of 1986) (December 23, 1986) An Act to provide for the ownership of an individual apartment in a multistoried building …Read the Rest

The Times of India in its news on 3rd Nov, 2013 reported “Woman to get more damages for DDA’s delay”. Delhi Development Authority once again found itself at the receiving …Read the Rest

Can the gift be ever suspended or revoked? Can the gift be revocable by the agreement of parties? A gift can be revoked or suspended, provided the following conditions are …Read the Rest

Hindon Heights Flats Allottees Association in DRT: Members of above association approached this NGO with their grievances for being impleaded in various courts for no fault of theirs. We came to …Read the Rest

Property buyers to pay 1percent TDS for purchase above 50 Lac: Buying property worth over Rs 50 lakh? Then pay TDS before registering it, or sleuths will come knocking on your …Read the Rest

The different forms of mortgages: Simple Mortgage -A Simple Mortgage consists of two parts i.e. a covenant on the part of the mortgagor to pay the debt and an agreement …Read the Rest

Want remedy against Supertech for Car Parking Dear Sir, I had booked a flat in Eco- Village 1 in 11th January, 2011. At the time of initial booking form directly …Read the Rest

Increase in FAR by DDA is boon for every one  Delhi Development Authority’s demand to increase the floor area ratio (FAR) in the national capital. This increase—from 150% to 200%—is …Read the Rest

How to lease immovable property Section 105. Lease defined Lease immovable property: A lease of immovable property is a transfer of a right to enjoy such property, made for a …Read the Rest

Can evicted person recover expenses made in good faith:  If a transferee of immovable property under a defective title who, in good faith, believes that he has a good title makes …Read the Rest

Conditions straining alienation valid or Not Section 10 of the Act states that when a property is transferred, subject to a condition or limitation, absolutely restraining the transferee or any …Read the Rest

When should I prepare my Will and how What is a Will? A Will, also called a “Last Will and Testament” is a declaration made by a person. It tells …Read the Rest

Mortgagor can exercise his right to redeem A mortgagor”s right to redeem the mortgage is a statutory right. Sec. 60 of the Transfer of Property Act embodies this right; a …Read the Rest

Stamp Duty for gift of property or item There are certain instruments, which although a gift of property, can be called “settlement”. The Bombay Stamp Act, applicable to the whole …Read the Rest

What is meant by the term mortgage It is a combination of two French words ”mort” i.e. dead and ”gage” i.e. pledge; meaning thereby “dead pledge”. Dead Pledge would mean, …Read the Rest

Stamp Duty on the leave and licence agreement: Before amendment in the Bombay Stamp Act,1958 the stamp duty payable on a Leave & Licence Agreement was Rs.20/- as per Article …Read the Rest

Co-owner of property have the right to possession: Transfer of Ownership: The rights of a transferee from a co-owner are regulated by Section 44 of the Transfer of Property Act which …Read the Rest

Actionable Claims in property act Interpretation of Transfer of Debt, which the readers wanted to know is informed as follows:  Section 3 of The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 defines …Read the Rest