Supreme Court Judgement On Unregistered Agreement To Sell

… 4.8.2002 and Rupees seventy-five thousand on 2.4.2003. An unregreged sale agreement was also reached between the parties on 2.4.2003. Although there is a clause on the delivery of… Separate checks of rupees a lakh and fifty thousand. Such a return of the money cannot be disputed by Bishan Dutt Bhatt because it was carried out by the bank transaction. In addition, the wa…. Not for the referee. July 20, 2017 Honble Servesh Kumar Gupta, J. No one appeared on behalf of the complainant despite sufficient performance.

This Court must therefore be heard… Relief of the special benefit on the basis of the unregulated agreement for sale and also prays for the cancellation of the registered deed of sale executed by the original owner for the benefit of third parties. Both appeals should be tried at the same time. It has also been argued that the parties are almost equal, the quality of prosecution is the same and in both actions is the same unreg registered agreement for the sale a problem… The applicants are original defendants and claim to be aggrieved by the granting of a provisional action by the court formed in Special Action 134 of 2013. In the aforementioned appeal, the applicant claims… Hon`ble Punjab-Haryana High Court dismissed the appeal and expressed a respectful rejection of Gurbachan Singh V. Raghubir Singh, where there is a dispute over the status of the Court of Appeal on the basis of an unregistered sales agreement with respect to Section 17 (1A) and Section 49 of the Registration Act.

Conflicts between two single bench judgments appeared in court. In the case of Gurbachan Singh V. Raghubir Singh,[6] the Hon`ble court ruled that the agreement reached by the delivery of the property is inadmissible for sale if it is not registered, but in the case of Birham Pal-Ors. V. Niranjan Singh – Golds. [7] the Court held that such an agreement may form the basis for an appeal for a defined benefit, on the basis of Section 49 of the Registration Act. These two cases are contradictory and are contrary to the legal status of two sections of the Indian Registration Act. … That the appeal be brought by the original applicants, who rely on an unreg registered agreement, to Sale.So, to the extent that this is the allegation, it may succeed…

The judge was happy to grant an injunction, as in the Exh.5 notification in Regular Civil Suit No. 42 of 2007.1.1 earlier, Misc. Civil action No. 26 of 2008 was filed in the Court of… the original applicant, that he was the tenant of the land of appeal, also this issue must be stirred before the corresponding forum as the court of Mamlatdar – ALT.

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