Property Law presents a user-friendly treatment of a subject, students often find very technical, dry and not easy to comprehend. The book is a section-wise, thematically arranged coverage of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882.
- Fundamental concepts spelt out in simple and lucid language
- Relevant sections of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 has been cited, illustrated and discussed in detail
- Relevance of each topic explained step-by-step through illustrations
- Key words, definitions and concepts discussed, including various transfers, method of execution of transfers and the rights and obligations of parties included in a transfer
- Adaptation of English legal concepts systematically explained
- Thorough analysis of judicial pronouncements, presented in the areas of:
- spes successionis, that is, transfers based on the expectations that a person would receive property through intestate or testamentary succession in future
- impleadment of the transferee pendent lite, and
- the relationship of law of limitation to usufructuary mortgages
This book is an essential reading for LLB students, useful reference tool for professors teaching in law schools, and will be a valuable assetto law libraries.