Law of Joint Property and its partition: in India

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Sandeep Bhalla - 272 pages

Right to own property in India dates back mythologically to over 5000 years and if we go by ancient scriptures, at least 2000 years. If Indians call their country motherland, they call the land they own, as their mother; the provider of all needs, from nourishment to shelter. In other words the attachment to land is a matter of emotion and not purely of law.
It is for this reason, the British Government as the colonial rulers over India in 1893, enacted a unique law called Partition Act, 1893. This law along with other laws and the ancient principles of Hindu Law govern the ownership of property which is owned by by more than one person.
This book deals with all the nuances of law relating to ownership, enjoyment and partition of this property including the principles on which the property can be forced to be sold by public auction by court.

 

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Sandeep Bhalla was born in 1966 and was called to bar in 1991. Since then he is practicing law in New Delhi India.

In 2001 he was taken on the rolls of Supreme Court of India, New Delhi. He practices nearly every branch of law and with same ease. 

He has contributed with the books on variety of subjects of law. He is presently residing at New Delhi and continue to do the same when he is not gardening or photographing or blogging or cooking.

 

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