Property Law – Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

By | August 15, 2019
Property Law

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Property Law- The Transfer of Property Act came into existence in 1882. Before that, the transfer of immovable property was governed by the principles of English law and equity. This Act deals with the transfer of property inter vivos, i.e., a transfer between living persons. It contains the transfer of both movable and immovable property but a major portion of the enactment is applicable to the transfers of immovable properties only.

Legal Bites’ study material on the property laws of India is divided into 6 modules and an additional section containing related articles. The Transfer of Property Act, 1844 and its provisions along with basic concepts related to property laws have been explained in a systematic manner.

Apart from the sale and transfer of property, the course will also help students learn about property laws in the context of mortgage, lease and gifting.

Important articles and study material on Property Law – Click on the link to Read 

Module 1: Concept of Property and General Principles Regarding Transfer Of Property:

Module 2: General Principles Governing Transfer of Immovable Property

Module 3: Sale

Module 4: Mortgage

Module 5: Lease

Module 6: Gift

Other Articles:

  1. Immovable property – concept and definition
  2. Transfer of Property – Meaning and Types
  3. Restraints on Transfer – Section 10
  4. Right of Redemption

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12 thoughts on “Property Law – Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

  1. Academician

    Its a good effort. The students will be highly benefited. An appreciable work.

  2. Shreya

    A critical study on the rules governing transfer for benefit of unborn person explain more please


    Can a post card dt. by post office stamp(6 aug 1995)About my share in property can work In court.

    1. Sanchay

      The notes provided are very organised, easy to understand, detailed and much beneficial.
      Thanks a lot for these wonderful explanatory notes.

  4. Rera Easy

    Thank you for the amazing information on property law!!


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