Unregistered Agreement To Sell Registration

… Respondent/Plaintiff was not entitled to sell a specific benefit decree on the basis of the unregant agreement, Ex.P1?2) If the findings of the… was adopted in this case:”Heard.An action for certain benefits was ordered for sale on the basis of an unregord agreement. Qualified advice appears for the… The USSR Committee asked the Commission to provide information and information services on the services of the Office of Information and State Affairs. Qualified advice for … 2. However, these unregistered documents may be used as evidence of the secondary purpose provided for by the provision of Section 49 of the Registration Act. … Gurbachan Singh… v. Raghubir Singh…. (2010) 5 CPR (Civil) 737, when the applicant provided the benefit on the basis of an unregated agreement relating to …

are not very controversial. The applicant is in possession of the disputed property in part of the provision of the sale agreement, which was the basis of the legal action for a particular benefit… An appeal has been lodged for the adoption of a defined benefit on the basis of a sale agreement in which the applicant is already partly in the contract, but… Although it is issued, it will only be admissible as evidence of the sales agreement under Section 49 of the 1908 Act and will have no effect within the meaning of Section 53A of the 1882 Act. … in such a case, such a document, which is an unregord sales agreement, can still be stripped of the exemption from the special benefit. In other words, even if… The sales agreement should have been registered, but is not registered, the condition of section 49 of the registration law… special compliance with the sales agreements is not required as it is an action in favour of a specific benefit for the registration and stamp of agreements to … In addition, a sales agreement does not require mandatory registration under Section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908 (Registration Act). 7.

Before we separate for the sake of completeness, we find that the sale agreement is an unregistered document and it may raise the question of whether the unregistered document is admissible as evidence in a court action for a defined benefit, given the provision of section 17, paragraph 1, point a), of the 1908 Registration Act. We draw attention to the fact that an unregant sales agreement is not intended to seek benefits from the partial benefit u/s. 53A of the Transfer of Ownership Act, 1882 for the amendment of Section 53A by Act 48 of 2001 effective to 24.09.2001, however, an unregistered sales contract may still provide a basis for an action for a defined benefit under section 49 of the Registration Act. In the case of S. Kadevi V. V. V. R. Somasundaram 2013 (4) MPHT, the Supreme Court of Hon`ble upheld somasundaram, in particular at paragraphs 11, 12 and 16 of the above decision, which is worded as follows …

Gowder v. Bheema Gowder (AIR 1960 Mad 33) also recognizes the applicant`s right in a court action for a benefit given at the auction as evidence of an unregorded deed of sale “in order to prove the advance … and if such an agreement is proven by the presentation of an unregistered document, the question remains whether the advance sale agreement is enforceable (a… the unregistered sale can be obtained as proof of the contract that must be carried out specifically in the context of a lawsuit for a specified benefit cannot be challenged.