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law of joint property and partition in British India

by Ram Charan Mitra

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Published by Thacker, Spink & co. in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Joint tenancy -- India,
    • Partition -- India

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Ram Charan Mitra.
      SeriesTagore law lectures ;, 1895-96
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p. l., [v]-xl, 607 p. ;
      Number of Pages607
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6379882M
      LC Control Number38036524
      OCLC/WorldCa10704556

        In these cases, the BC Partition of Property Act allows one co-owner to apply to the Supreme Court of B.C. for an order to force a sale of the property. In disputes involving larger rural properties not subject to subdivision controls, it may also be possible to apply for an order for the partition of the property into two parcels.   State laws vary, and a real estate lawyer can assist you in determining your rights and duties as a joint owner of real property. What Are My Duties as a Joint Owner of Real Property? As a joint owner, you are responsible for paying your share of taxes, mortgage payments, fees, maintenance, repairs, and anything else required by the state.

      A Hindu father joint with his sons and governed by Mitakshara Law in contradistinction to other manager of a Hindu undivided family or an ordinary coparcener enjoys the larger power to impose a partition on his sons with himself as well as amongst his sons inter se without their consent, whether the sons are majors or minors. Even as a rule of Hindu Law, if the property is not joint family property and the parties are not coparceners but only co-owners or tenants-in-common the rule is not so rigid and partial partition may be allowed if there is not much inconvenience to the other sharers.

        Partition in property matters in India settlement for disposal of the ancestral property. Partition suit may be file by two or more affecting person against all the legal heir of the property. All about partition deed. As more than one person can jointly own a property, they all have either equal or a certain percentage of the right to possess and use the property. Partition of property helps protect the interest of co-owners.


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Law of joint property and partition in British India by Ram Charan Mitra Download PDF EPUB FB2

It is for this reason, the British Government as the colonial rulers over India inenacted a unique law called Partition Act, This law along with other laws and the ancient principles of Hindu Law govern the ownership of property which is owned by by more than one s: 1.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mitra, Ram Charan, Law of joint property and partition in British India. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co., Law of Joint Property and its partition: in India - Ebook written by Sandeep Bhalla.

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The Law of Joint Property and Partition. Law Commission Report Partition Act Partition Act, Contents. extent and saving to Court to order sale instead of division in partition suits ure when sharer undertakes to buy ion suit by transferee of share in dwelling house entation of parties under.

PROPERTY PARTITION IN INDIA- LAWS AND TRADITIONPartition of a property means bringing the joint status to an end. On Partition the joint family ceases to be joint, and nuclear families or different joint families come into existence.

Under the Dayabhaga school, when coparceners Partition, it means the division of property is done in accordance with the specific shares of the. Moreover because of the complexities in the law and procedures related to partition of property, they generally find themselves trapped in tedious legalities, their inability to travel to India again and again to supervise and manage their cases add to their woes while handing such matters.

The Partition Act () authorizes one of claiming entitlement over his/her shares. The article essentially focuses on the underlying laws that are the guidelines of the division of property in India and the actions one may take in dealing with contentions over partition seamlessly and physical partition of any property is executed according to the property’s Partition.

The severance in the joint status could be brought about by any of the above modes and some property could be used by the coparceners as joint tenants. The following modes of partition are important:— Partition by Mere Declaration.

Partition under the Mitakshara law is a severance of joint status and as such, it is a matter of individual.

A partition is a division of a property held jointly by several persons, so that each person gets a share and becomes the owner of the share allotted to him. It is done by dividing the property according to the shares to which each of the parties is entitled to in law as applicable to them. How a property can be partitioned between co-owners.

To legally “partition” property means to bring a proceeding in court to force the physical division or sale of the property and division of the proceeds among the co owners. In certain cases it can be an absolute right of a co owner while in others it is contingent on various factors.

If you are planning or do own property jointly it is absolutely vital for you to fully understand how. Law of Joint Property and its Partition book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Right to own property in India dates back mytholog /5(4). The Partition of India of was the division of British India into two independent dominion states, India and Pakistan.

The Dominion of India is today the Republic of India; the Dominion of Pakistan is today the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the People's Republic of partition involved the division of two provinces, Bengal and Punjab, based on district-wise non-Muslim or. Joint owners of property whether as joint tenants or tenants in common can force a sale of the property using the Partition of Property act.

It is common for parties to purchase properties together and register the property jointly, whether it be joint tenancy with a right of survivorship, or tenants in common with no right of survivorship.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. The law of joint property and partition in British India Item Preview remove-circle The law of joint property and partition in British India by Mitra, Ram Charan, Publication date PROPERTY LIABLE FOR PARTITION.

It is only the coparcenary property which is subject to the partition. The separate property is not liable to partition at all, as it belongs absolutely to the owner thereof.

Secondly, the property to which the law of primogeniture applies, cannot be divided, e.g., a Raj. In case the co-owners are not agreeable to a partition a property and only one or more of the co-owners want the property to be partitioned, the mode of partition is a bit different.

In such a case, a partition suit is required to be filed in the appropriate court of law. A partition deed should be executed on a stamp paper and drafted in a clear and unambiguous manner.

For Hindus in India, the Hindu Succession Act, determines the succession and partition laws. Under the Hindu laws, the rights to ancestral property are accrued by the coparceners at birth. Also, for succession, the share of each generation is first determined which gets subdivided for successive generations.

Partition, according to that Law, consists in separating the shares of the coparceners, and assigning to the coparceners specific portions of that property. Thus, partition under the Mitakshara consists merely in severance of joint status; it is not necessary to effect partition that there should be an actual division of property by metes and.

The question, however, whether, assuming them to be undivided, the plaintiffs are entitled to sue at all for a partition according to Hindu Law, is one of considerable importance and difficulty.

It was urged that Plaintiffs cannot claim from the defendants any partition of property. Divisible Property: Only the coparcenary property can be divided on partition.

Separate and self-acquired property can­not be the subject of partition. Some properties which are impart­ible by custom, e.g., Raj or by the terms of the grant by which they were created also cannot be subject of partition.

Where property is indivisible by its very [ ].A partition is a term used in the law of real property to describe an act, by a court order or otherwise, to divide up a concurrent estate into separate portions representing the proportionate interests of the owners of property.

It is sometimes described as a forced the common law, any owner of property who owns an undivided concurrent interest in land can seek such a division.In British Columbia, however, s.

18(3) of the Property Law Act, R.S.B.C.c. provides that a joint tenant may sever a joint tenancy by transferring property to himself or herself without requiring that the co-owner(s) be notified and s. 30 of the Law and Equity Act, R.S.B.C.c.

allows for severance by transfer of personal.