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doctrine of lis pendens, under Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act. Since defendant 6 by then had expired ... Section 52 of the T.P. Act. Section 52 of the Act reads as under: "Section 52. Transfer of property
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 13 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 2002 Kant 96
- H Rangavittachar - Full Document
section 52, as it appear from the Central Act, cannot be applied in Maharashtra, because section 52 has undergone ... said that the amended provisions of section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act are in force in State
Bombay High Court
- Cites 37 - Cited by 0 -
2000 (1) BomCR 670
- S Mhase - Full Document
judgment-debtor voidable under Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act. 15. If Mr. Anantakrishna Ayyar's contentions were ... attract the provisions of Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act. I am not able to take this view
Madras High Court
- Cites 13 - Cited by 0 -
(1921) ILR 44 Mad 232
- J Wallis - Full Document
Vijaya Bank, were hit by Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act, and the said proceedings were all null ... pendens laid down by Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act would apply to Court sales in execution
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 17 - Cited by 0 - Kulkarni - Full Document
immoveable property within the meaning of Section 52, Transfer of Property Act, and so could not be affected ... Property Act. I am inclined to think that they do not, as under Section 2, proviso (d) of the Act
Madras High Court
- Cites 10 - Cited by 0 -
(1917) ILR 40 Mad 955
- J Wallis - Full Document
estoppal and having regard to section 52 of Transfer of Property Act, the defendant cannot claim any right under section ... Kadernath vs. Sheonarain, after quoting section 52 of Transfer of property Act, it is held as follows:- From the above
Madras High Court
- Cites 25 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
plaintiff out of which Rs.45 lakhs was transferred in the account of the plaintiff on 24th December ... view of Section 52 of the Transfer of the Property Act, 1882. 10.3 K.L.Bhatia v. Gurmit Singh
Delhi High Court
- Cites 40 - Cited by 0 - J Midha - Full Document
only to the effect that Section 52, Transfer of Property Act was not subject to Section 19(b) of Specific ... taking the view earlier mentioned. Under Section 41(a) read with Section 37(1) and Order 39, Rule
Madhya Pradesh High Court
- Cites 10 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 1989 MP 209
- T Singh - Full Document
claims the benefit of Section 41 and 52 of the Transfer of Property Act. 10. It is the settled principle ... question of fact is open to attack under Section 66(1) of the Income Tax Act as erroneous
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 15 - Cited by 0 -
(1987) 0 CALLT 573 HC
- S Chakravarty - Full Document
pendens embodied in section 52 of the Indian Transfer of Property Act. As this is the sole question, on merits ... pendens 'Within the meaning of Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act." 147 It may be mentioned here that
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 32 - Cited by 0 -
1973 AIR 569
- S Sikri - Full Document
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