(19) It is now well settled, that where, by a legal fiction a particular position is brought about, it has to be carried to its logical conclusion and the imagination cannot be allowed to boggle. See : State of Mysore v. Fakkrusab Bahusab Karanandi, .
(20) Dealing with a somewhat similar situation under Section 14(6) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958. Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.K.Kapur in Karam Narain v. Narsingh Dass, 1966 Punjab Law Reporter 123 (Delhi), held that the date of transfer for moving an application under Section 14(6) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, when the property had been acquired under the D.P.Act and-Rules, would be the deemed-date of transfer. It was held that Rule 34 of the D.P. Rules, by fiction, made the purchasers, trans-' frees of the property, as owners, from a given date ; and when Section 14(6) of the Delhi Rent Control Act tells of a date of acquisition, it must mean the date when the law deems the owners to have acquired the property.