Property Laws has been specifically authored for undergraduate and postgraduate students of National Law Universities as well as other law education institutions. It will also serve as a useful reference to research scholars and professionals. An attempt to trace the evolution of the various dimensions of property law, the book lucidly explains the critical and complex doctrines and principles involved, and outlines the associated practical issues. Beginning with insights into the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, the text moves on to the general principles of transfer of property. It then comprehensively covers sale, mortgage, lease, exchange and gift of property.
- Up to date, covers case laws up to the first quarter of 2015
- Includes an exclusive chapter on easement
- Provides insights into land acquisition, The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 (SARFAESI), and real estate laws
- Includes linkages with parallel case laws from the British Transfer of Property Act, wherever relevant
- Features moot court propositions to help students prepare well for these competitions