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title in a third person or by claiming title in himself; 2[ or (3) the lessee is adjudicated an insolvent
Central Government Act
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been peaceably and openly enjoyed by any person claiming title thereto as an easement and as of right without interruption ... next before the institution of the suit wherein the claim to which such period relates is contested. (3) Where
Central Government Act
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under the family arrangement. It is assumed that the title claimed by the person receiving the property under the arrangement ... compromise would set out and define that the title claimed by A to all the properties in dispute
Supreme Court of India
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1955 AIR 481
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legislature wanted such disputes regarding title/claim of permanent tenancy to be considered only by the regular civil courts which ... hence stipulated that the denial of title/claim for permanent tenancy must be bonafide. The Tribunal's jurisdiction is only
Kerala High Court
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2006 (4) CTC 353
- R Basant - Full Document
assets, and the expenditure incurred in maintaining that claim of title was not of a capital nature ... valid title, would not have added anything to the title claimed by the assessee. No doubt the claim failed
Madras High Court
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1957 31 ITR 259 Mad
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thereunder to decide the case even though a claim of title was raised by the petitioner, and even though ... proceedings before the Magistrate set up a claim of title to the land in question. 10. Numerous cases were cited
Calcutta High Court
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67 Ind Cas 177
- L Sanderson - Full Document
pendency of Civil Suit filed by the petitioner claiming title to the same land from which he is sought ... Civil Court ? (3)Whether the petitioner's claim to title is bona fide and the dispute as to title pending
Bombay High Court
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adverse possession. As the appellant / defendant has claimed title by way of adverse possession against the owner of the property ... well settled that for any person, to claim title by way of adverse possession, there must be adequate, uninterrupted hostile
Madras High Court
- Cites 13 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
year. The respondent claimed Rs. 3,000/- as mesne profits for the last three years. 4. In these circumstances ... extent that its claim of possession was correct, the same was not sufficient to extinguish the title of the respondent
Delhi High Court
- Cites 37 - Cited by 0 - G Mittal - Full Document
appeal. Even the appellant herein is not entitled to claim title by way of adverse possession in the second appeal ... proving adverse possession is upon the person, who claims title by way of adverse possession. In the instant case, neither
Madras High Court
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