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Indian Property Law

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Property Law is a crucial part of civil law in India that governs the transfer, acquisition, and ownership of property. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, is the primary legislation that governs property law in India, and it is supported by other laws and regulations that ensure the legality and validity of property transactions.

The property law in India provides for the rights and obligations of property owners, tenants, and buyers, and also lays down the procedure for resolving property-related disputes. The government of India has also initiated several reforms to simplify and modernize property laws in the country, including the introduction of online property registration and the digitization of land records.


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