Evicting a tenant on the basis of personal necessity The landlord can now seek eviction on the ground of bona fide requirement of tenanted premises for the purposes of the business requirement of the son, daughter or any other member of the family dependant on him or her.
Nomination is not a WILL If you die intestate (without leaving a WILL document), The Natural law of succession will prevail The Court in present case once again had to decide between Morality and Law and settled that law prevails. The matter before the court was in relation to Relinquishment of Succession Right when Heirs have separated themselves from Deceased for a long time. The Court had to decide whether Absence of the Will still […]
Adverse Possession In a recent decision on 7th August, 2019, the Honourable Supreme court of India has passed a judgement wherein it has been held that adverse possession has roots in a principle that awards ownership of a land to a person who makes the best or highest use of land.
Limitation Period for Applying for Probate of a Will: an Analysis Based on Court Judgments In a recent case the High Court of Calcutta has examined the question of limitation for applying for probate of a Will and has delivered a judgement on 11.06.2020. As per the facts of the case, the testator died on 13th June 1993. He had made and signed a Will on 16th April 1989.
Equal inheritance rights to daughters – Supreme court judgement backs daughters right to property A fundamental principle of any progressive and modern society is the equality of sexes. The landmark judgement of the honourable Supreme Court for equal inheritance rights for the daughters is a highly welcomed change in the judicial system of India which will finally rectify the discriminatory practice and uphold the fundamental right-Equality for all!