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Easements Act, 1882. 2. Whether the appellant/plaintiff's right claimed in the suit is protected under Section 60 ... expiry of one year as per the Easements Act. But, under section 60(b), when a licensee acting upon
Madras High Court
- Cites 8 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
continue in possession. Her claim under Section 60(b) of the Easements Act cannot be sustained. The trial Court found ... written statement is not a pleading under Section 60(b) of the Easements Act. It is a pleading regarding agreement
Madras High Court
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1997 (1) CTC 401
- S Subramani - Full Document
held that a license is irrevocable under Section 60(b) of the Easements Act, if the following three conditions ... fulfilled, then the license become irrevocable under Section 60(b) of the Easements Act. In the present case, admittedly
Madras High Court
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grant was a Licence and that under Section 60(b) of the Indian Easements Act, the Licence had become irrevocable ... irrevocable nature of the Licence under Section 60(b) of the Indian Easements Act. Contending that the proposed Amendment does
Madras High Court
- Cites 6 - Cited by 0 - R Banumathi - Full Document
damages at all by virtue of Section 60(b) of Easement Act and Section 51 of the Transfer ... Property Act. As such, those relevant provisions are extracted here under: Section 60(b) of the Easement Act: 60.Licence
Madras High Court
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forfeiture it the owner's title is denied. Section 60, Easements Act, prescribes the conditions under which a licence ... lease as well as licence. Under Section 116, Evidence Act, "No tenant of immovable property, or person claiming through such
Madras High Court
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AIR 1953 Mad 456
- S Rao - Full Document
respondent relied on the provisions of Section 60 of the Easements Act and also on the decision in Raghubir Saran ... into the question of applicability of Section 60 of the Easements Act or the decision in Raghubir Saran
Madras High Court
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(1976) 2 MLJ 363
- V Sethuraman - Full Document
family and that licence had become irrevocable under Section 60, Easements Act, as pursuant to the licence given substantial structures
Madras High Court
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AIR 1954 Mad 132
- S Rao - Full Document
made construction of permanent character as per section 60 of Indian Easement Act? (c) Whether the hostile animus for relating ... same. (c) The defendants as per Section 60 of the Indian Easement Act is entitled to occupy the suit property
Madras High Court
- Cites 6 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
exercised by his servants or agents. Section 60 of Easement Act:- Licence when revocable – A licence may be revoked ... legal usage. In order to be irrevocable under Section 60 of the Easement Act, a licence is to be coupled
Madras High Court
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