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IssueNo.04 Rev. No 5 Dated: July 27, 2018

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies


School of Law
Dehradun

COURSE PLAN
Programme : B.COM, LL.B. (Hons.) Taxation Laws 2016
Course : Property Law including Transfer of Property Act and Easement Act
Semester : Semester V
Session : July-December, 2018
Batch : 2016-2021
Subject Code : LLBL 402
No. of credits : 4
Prepared by : Ms. Parul Sinha
Email : parul.sinha@ddn.upes.ac.in

Approved By

_______________________ _______________________
HOD Dean

UPES Campus Tel : +91-135-2770137


“Knowledge Acres”, Kandoli Fax : +91 135- 27760904
P.O. Bidholi , Via Prem Nagar Website : www.upes.ac.in
Dehradun -248 007 (U K)
COURSE PLAN

Subject: Property Law including Transfer of Course: B.COM, LL.B. (Hons.) Taxation
Property Act and Easement Act Laws 2016

Duration: July 2018 – December 2018 Subject code: LLBL 402

A. OBJECTIVES:

1. To make the students understand basic principles and concepts related to transfer of property.
2. To enable the students understand and analyse various modes of alienation under Transfer of
Property act, 1882 and related legal requirements.
3. Be acquainted with the questions of law involved in the transfer of property.
4. Be acquainted with the concept, creation, scope and application of easement.
5. To enable the students apply the law of transfer of property towards problem solving

B. COURSE OUTCOMES:

1. Understand basic principles and concepts related to transfer of property.


2. Understand and analyse various modes of alienation under Transfer of Property Act, 1882; and
related legal requirements.
3. Understand and answer the questions of law involved in the transfer of property.
4. Understand and apply the concept, creation and scope of easement.
5. Integrate the different laws with the law of transfer of property, and apply them towards problem
solving.

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Program Course's Understand Understand Understand Understand Integrate
basic and analyse and answer and apply the
outcomes (POs) Outcomes the the different
principles various
(Cos) questions of concept, laws
and modes of
law creation with the
concepts alienation involved in and scope law of
related to under the transfer of transfer
transfer of Transfer of of property. easement. of
property. Property property,
Act, 1882; and
and related apply
them
legal
towards
requirements problem
solving

Students will demonstrate


conceptual knowledge in core
    
areas of law.

Students will effectively apply


their learnings to practical legal
   
issues.

Students will be able to exhibit


effective law professional skills,
    
employing oral and written
communication, legal research,
analysis, rationalization and
critical-thinking.

Students will demonstrate ability to


evolve alternative solutions from
    
dynamic socio-economic and
techno-legal perspectives.

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Students will demonstrate desirable
qualities to be employable in the
    
relevant market.

Students will show sensitivity


towards ethical, moral and social

issues arising in their professional
career.

Students will exhibit commitment,


teambuilding, networking,
  
leadership and lifelong learning
skills to excel in legal world

Programme Course Understand Understand Understand Understand Integrate


basic and analyse and answer and apply the
Specific Outcomes the the different
principles various
Outcomes and modes of
questions of concept, laws
law creation with the
(PSOs) for B. concepts alienation involved in and scope law of
Com LL.B related to under the transfer of transfer
(Hons.) Taxation transfer of Transfer of of property. easement. of
property. Property property,
Laws Act, 1882; and
and related apply
them
legal
towards
requirements problem
solving

Students will be able to


demonstrate conceptual knowledge
   
in core areas of commerce.

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Students will be able to demonstrate
integrated knowledge of legal
 
principles and commerce.

Students will be able to exhibit


skills in practices and procedures of
    
Taxation Law.

The continuous evaluation tools employed are:

1. Quiz/Class Test/ Snap Test (20% weightage)

2. Assignments/Court Room Exercise/ Research Paper/Case (20% weightage)


analysis

3. Project Work Presentation + Viva (20% weightage)

4. Subject Grand Viva (20% weightage)

5. Attendance (20% weightage)

Course's Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous


Intended Evaluation Evaluation Evaluation Evaluation Evaluation Evaluation
Tool 1 Tool 2 Tool 3 Tool 4 Tool 5
Student Tools
Learning
Outcomes
Class Test Project + Assignment Subject Attendance
For LLBL Viva Grand Viva

402

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Understand basic principles
and concepts related to     
transfer of property.

Understand and analyse


various modes of alienation     
under Transfer of Property
Act, 1882; and related legal
requirements.

Understand and answer the


questions of law involved in
    
the transfer of property

Understand and apply the


concept, creation and scope     
of easement.

Integrate the different laws


with the law of transfer of     
property, and apply them
towards problem solving

C. COURSE OUTLINE
It has 5 modules which are as follows:

MODULE I: JURISPRUDENTIAL CONTOURS OF PROPERTY


 Concept and Meaning of Property –
 Kinds of Property, -
 Movable and Immovable Property,
 Tangible and Intangible Property,
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 Transfer of Property by Act of Parties Sec 5-21.

MODULE II: SALE OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY


 Doctrine of Election Sec. 35,
 Fraudulent Transfer Sec. 53.
 Sale of Immovable Property Secs. 54-55.
 Sale, Contract of Sale; Rights and Liabilities of Buyer and Seller.

MODULE III: SPECIFIC TRANSFERS


 Kinds of Mortgage
 Rights and Liabilities of the Mortgagor and Mortgagee.
 Marshalling and Contribution
 Redemption
 Pledge & Hypothecation

MODULE IV:
 Lease & License
 Charges
 Gift
 Will
 Exchange

MODULE V: EASEMENTS
 Creation of Easements
 Nature and Characteristics of Easements.
 Doctrine of prescription
 Extinction, Suspension and Revival of Easements, Riparian Right

C.PEDAGOGY
Interactive approach shall be followed during the study. (Students are supposed to come prepared
for the topics for discussion in the class/ case studies/ Presentations/ Viva-voce)
Work in small groups for Group Projects and personalized teaching
(Student counseling, tutoring, and individual/group projects/ assignments, exercises)

 Lecture
 Presentations
 Case studies
 Examples
 Assignments
 Group Discussion

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D. COURSE COMPLETION PLAN

Lectures: 4 h/week;
Total hours per week: 4 contact hours per week would be used. Extra classes would be held as per
the requirement for problem-solving exercises, clearing doubts and guiding assignments.

E. EVALUATION & GRADING

Description Weight age Schedule

1. Continuous Assessment 30% Detailed Below

2. Mid-term Exam 20% Academic Calendar

3. End term Exam 50% Academic Calendar

Internal Assessment: Marks 100 (shall be done based on the following 5 components):
Description Weight age Schedule:-

1. Continuous Assessment 30% Detailed Below

Continuous Assessment: (Marks 100 - converted to 30- ) shall be done based on the following 5
components:
a. Two class tests/snap-test/quiz 20 Marks [02 X10 Marks]
b. Assignment / Case Analysis 20 Marks
c. Project work 20 Marks (Abstract, final draft and Viva)
d. Subject grand viva 20 Marks
e. Attendance 20 Marks

Formula for attendance marks:


67-75 % 0 Marks
76-80% 5 Marks
81-85% 10 Marks
86-90% 15 Marks
91%-100% 20 Marks

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Four components will be used for internal assessment for this course (Total 100 marks), the details of
each component is as follows:
a) Home Assignment:
Assignment will be given on the pattern of End Term Examination and it must be hand written, to
submit/present on a definite date. The assignment should be attached with the course plan as
Annexure-1 It will have 20% weightage.
b) Projects: Weightage 20 %. Every Group would be asked to prepare a topic from the suggested List
and finally prepare a project in the form of a research article. Students are encouraged to review
research papers and publish them.
c) Class Tests: There will be two class tests which may be surprise tests.it will have 20% weightage.
d) Viva: A viva of the whole syllabus and the project will be conducted towards the end of the
semester. It will have 20% weightage.
e) Attendance: It has 20% weightage. Formula for award of marks on attendance shall be as under:
67-75 % 0 Marks
76-80% 5 Marks
81-85% 10 Marks
86-90% 15 Marks
91%-100% 20 Marks

Mid- Term Examination: 20% Weightage


Mid- Term examination shall be of two hour duration and shall be a combination of Objective, short
theory questions and problem based questions.

End -Term Examination: 50% Weightage


End- Term examination shall be of three hours duration and shall be a combination of Objective,
short theory questions and problem based questions.

Pass Criterion: minimum 40% of the highest marks in the class

Student has to secure minimum 40% marks of the “highest marks in the class scored by a student in
that subject (in that class/group class)” individually in both the ‘End-Term examination’ and
‘Total Marks’ in order to pass in that paper.

Attendance

Students are required to have minimum attendance of 75% in each subject. Students with less than said
percentage shall NOT be allowed to appear in the end semester examination. The student obtaining
100% attendance would be given 20% bonus marks for internal assessment.

Cell Phones and other Electronic Communication Devices: Cell phones and other electronic
communication devices (such as Blackberries/Laptops) are not permitted in classes during Tests or the
Mid/Final Examination. Such devices MUST be turned off in the class room.

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E-Mail and LMS: Each student in the class should have an e-mail id and a pass word to access the LMS
blackboard system regularly. Regularly, important information – Date of conducting class tests, guest
lectures, syndicate sessions etc. to the class will be transmitted via e-mail/LMS. The best way to arrange
meetings with us or ask specific questions is by email and prior appointment. All the assignments preferably
should be uploaded on LMS. Various research papers/reference material will be mailed/uploaded on LMS
time to time.

F. DETAILED SESSION PLAN

SESSI P PADAGOGY
TOPIC READINGS
ON
 Introduction to the
course Lecture
 Scope of the Act Whiteboard
and discussion Examples
1. Course Plan
about the course Discussion
plan Presentation
Random Questions

Internal Assessment- Project


Law of Transfer of Property by V.P.Sarathi,
 Jurisprudential
6th Ed. Ch 1, pg1-3 Lecture
Contours of
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed. Whiteboard
Property
Ch1,pg 7-8 Examples
 Introduction to
Research Article-Changing Conceptions Discussion
2. Property Law
of Property by Francis S.Philbrick Presentation
 Concept and University of Pennsylvania Law Review & Random Questions
Meaning of American Law Register Vol 86 No 7
Property
 Kinds of Property,
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
Lecture
2nd Ed. Ch 1, pg11-26
Whiteboard
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th
Examples
Ed.,pg16-22
 Interpretation Discussion
Research Article - Incomplete property
Clause, Presentation
rights, redistribution, and welfare by J.
3.  Immovable Atsu Amegashie Available at
Random Questions
Property http://www.jstor.org/stable/pdfplus/10.2307
/41107903.pdf?acceptTC=true
Case- Shantabai v. State of
Bombay,AIR1958 SC 532 (1959) SCR 265

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The Transfer of Property Act by R.K. Sinha Lecture
11th Ed. Ch 1, pg20-24 Whiteboard
 Things attached to
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Examples
earth
4. Ed.,pg31-35 Discussion
 Law relating to Case: State of Orissa v. Titaghur Paper Presentation
fixtures Mills Company Limited, AIR 1985 SC 1293 Random Questions
: (1985) Supp SCC 280

Lecture
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Whiteboard
2nd Ed. Ch 1, pg11-26 Examples
 Immovable Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Discussion
Property Ed.,pg31-35 Presentation
5.  Important cases Cases:Bamdev Panigrahi v. Monorama Raj, Random Questions
related to AIR 1974 AP 226
property Duncans Industries Ltd. v. State of U.P.
(2000)1 SCC 633

Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Lecture


 Attestation 2nd Ed. Ch 1, pg26-35 Whiteboard
 Objects Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Examples
6.  Modes of Ed.,pg23-29 Discussion
Attestation Presentation
Random Questions

Internal Assessment- Assignment


Lecture
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Whiteboard
2nd Ed. Ch 1, pg 11 Examples
 Registration
7. Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Discussion
Ed.,pg30 Presentation
Random Questions

Lecture
Whiteboard
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
Examples
2nd Ed. Ch 1, pg 35-54
Notice Discussion
8. Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th
 Kinds of notice Presentation
Ed.,pg38-62
Random Questions

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 Constructive
Notice Lecture
 Registration as Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Whiteboard
constructive 2nd Ed. Ch 1, pg 35-54 Examples
9. notice Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Discussion
 Actual Ed.,pg38-62 Presentation
possession as Random Questions
constructive
notice
Lecture
Whiteboard
 Meaning of The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha
Examples
Transfer of , 11th Ed. Ch 2, pg 49-58
10. Discussion
Property; Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Presentation
Ch.2 ,pg69-81
Random Questions

 What may be Lecture


transferred Whiteboard
The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha,
 Persons Examples
11th Ed. Ch 2, pg 58-76.
11. Competent to Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Transfer. Presentation
Ch.2 ,pg69-81
Random Questions

Lecture
 Mode of Transfer Whiteboard
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
 Operation of 2nd Ed. Ch 2, pg 57 Examples
12.
Transfer Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Presentation
Ch.2 ,pg69-81
Random Questions

Lecture
 Legal incidents of TheTransfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha, Whiteboard
Transfer 11th Ed. Ch 2, pg 81-84 Examples
13
 Oral Transfer Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Discussion
Ch.2 ,pg82-121 Presentation
Random Questions
Lecture
 Condition Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Whiteboard
Restraining 2nd Ed. Ch 2, pg 88-102 Examples
14.
alienation, Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Discussion
 Exceptions Ch.2 ,pg144-155 Presentation
Random Questions
 Restriction Lecture
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
15 repugnant to nd Whiteboard
2 Ed. Ch 2, pg103-109
Interest Created; Examples

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 Exceptions Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Discussion
Ch.2 ,pg156-161 Presentation
Case:Tulk v Moxhay,(1843-60)All ER 9 Random Questions

Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Lecture


 Condition making
Ch.2 ,pg162-163 Whiteboard
interest
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Examples
16. determinable on nd
2 Ed. Ch 2, pg 110-111 Discussion
insolvency ;
Presentation
Random Questions
Lecture
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
Whiteboard
 Transfer for 2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 111-116
Examples
17. benefit of unborn Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Discussion
person Ch.2, pg164-167
Presentation
Random Questions
 Rule against
perpetuity: and its
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Lecture
exceptions
2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 111-116 Whiteboard
 Transfer To A
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Examples
Class some of
18 Ch.2 ,pg167-126 Discussion
whom come under
Case:Girjish Dutt v Data Din,AIR1934 Presentation
section 13 & 14
Oudh Random Questions
 Transfer to take
effect on failure of
prior interest
 Rule against
perpetuity: and its
exceptions Lecture
 Transfer To A Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Whiteboard
Class some of 2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 111-116 Examples
19 th
whom come under Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10 Ed., Discussion
section 13 & 14 Ch.2 ,pg 167-126 Presentation
 Transfer to take Random Questions
effect on failure of
prior interest
Lecture
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
 Direction for nd Whiteboard
2 Ed. Ch. 2, pg 111-116
accumulation of Examples
20 Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Income Discussion
Ch.2 ,pg183-188
Presentation
Random Questions
 Vested and The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha, Lecture
Contingent 11th Ed. Ch. 2, pg111-125 Whiteboard
21.
Interest Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Examples
Ch.2 ,pg195-207 Discussion

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Presentation
Random Questions

 Conditional
Lecture
Transfer The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha,
Whiteboard
 Fulfillment of 11th Ed. Ch. 2, pg 125-140
Examples
22. condition Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Discussion
precedent Ch.2 ,pg 167-232
Presentation
 Rule Of Random Questions
Acceleration
Lecture
The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha, Whiteboard
 Doctrine of 11th Ed. Ch. 2, pg 138-143 Examples
23. Election Sec. 35, Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Discussion
Ch.2 ,pg 234-242 Presentation
Random Questions

 Apportionment
 Apportionment
by time Lecture
 Apportionment Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Whiteboard
by estate 2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 160-162 Examples
24  Burden of Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Discussion
obligation Ch.2 ,pg 243-249 Presentation
imposing Random Questions
restriction on
use of land

 Transfer by
Ostensible
owner
 Benami
Transaction Lecture
(Prohibition of The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha, Whiteboard
the Rights to 11th Ed. Ch. 2, pg 152-170 Examples
25. th
recover Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10 Ed., Discussion
Property) Ch.2 ,pg 272-293 Presentation
Act,1988 Random Questions

 Benami
Transaction
(Prohibition)

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Amendment
Act, 2016.

 Transfer by
unauthorized
person who Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
26. subsequently 2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 187-206
acquires interest in
the property
transferred.
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
Lecture
2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 225-244
 Transfer of Whiteboard
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Property pending Examples
Ch.2 ,pg 349-390
27. suit relating Discussion
thereto Presentation
Research Article- Lis Pendens. Effect of
Random Questions
Decree in Lower Court Pending
Proceedings on Appeal
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 225-244
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Ch.2 ,pg349-390
Lecture
 Transfer of Whiteboard
Cases:Amarnath v. Deputy Director of
Property pending Examples
Consolidation, Kanpur, AIR1985 All 163
28. suit relating Discussion
thereto Presentation
Govinda Pillai Gopala Pillai v. Aiyyappan
Random Questions
Krishnan,AIR 1957 Ker10

Research Article- Lis Pendens. Effect of


Decree in Lower Court Pending
Proceedings on Appeal
Lecture
Whiteboard
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
 Fraudulent Examples
2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 245-252
29. Transfer Sec. 53. Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Presentation
Ch.2 ,pg390-411
Random Questions

Lecture
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
 Fraudulent Whiteboard
2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 245-252
30. Transfer Sec. 53. Examples
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Discussion
Ch.2 ,pg390-411
Presentation
School of Law July- December, 2018
Random Questions

Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Lecture


2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 253-270 Whiteboard
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Examples
31  Part Performance Ch.2 ,pg416-442 Discussion
Presentation
Case: Nathulal v. Phool Chand,AIR 1970 Random Questions
SC 546
Lecture
Whiteboard
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Examples
2nd Ed. Ch. 2, pg 253-270 Discussion
32.  Part Performance th
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10 Ed., Presentation
Ch.2 ,pg 416-442 Random Questions

 Sale of Immovable Lecture


Property Whiteboard
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
 Sale, Contract of Examples
2nd Ed. Ch. 3, pg 271-308
33 Sale; Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
 Mode of Transfer Ch.3 ,pg447-532
Presentation
by sale Random Questions

 Rights and
Lecture
Liabilities of
Whiteboard
Buyer and Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
Examples
Seller. 2nd Ed. Ch. 3, pg 271-308
34 Discussion
 Marshalling by Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed.,
Presentation
subsequent Ch.3 ,pg447-532
Random Questions
purchaser

Lecture
Whiteboard
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
 Mortgages Examples
2nd Ed. Ch. 4, pg 311-339
35  Kinds of Mortgage Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.4
Presentation
,pg549-623
Random Questions

Lecture
 Rights and Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Whiteboard
Liabilities of the 2nd Ed. Ch. 4, pg 343-449 Examples
36
Mortgagor and Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.4
Discussion
Mortgagee. ,pg632-795 Presentation
Random Questions

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Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
2nd Ed. Ch. 4, pg 343-449 Lecture
 Rights th
and Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10 Ed., Ch.4
Whiteboard
Liabilities of the ,pg 632-795 Examples
37
Mortgagor and Discussion
Mortgagee. Research Article- The clog on the equity of Presentation
redemption and its effect on modern real Random Questions
estate finance by Jeffrey l. Licht

Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,


2nd Ed. Ch. 4, pg 311-339
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.4
,pg549-623

Cases:Seth Ganga Dhar v Shankar Lal,


AIR1958 SC770 SC70
Lecture
Sangar Gagu Dhula v Shah Laxmiben Tejshi. Whiteboard
 Redemption
AIR 2001 Guj Examples
38  Pledge & Discussion
Hypothecation Research Article- Presentation
“Mortgagee’s power to sell under Section 69 ofRandom Questions
transfer of property
Act,1882”-Halo or Hairshirt?

Clogging the equity of redemption: an


outmoded concept?
By Lindy Willmott and Bill Duncan

 Lease Lecture
 Kinds of leases The Transfer of Property Law by R.K.Sinha, Whiteboard
39  Rights and 11th Ed. Ch. 5, pg 408-438 Examples
th
liabilities of lessor Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10 Ed., Ch.5
Discussion
& lessee ,pg 959-1217 Presentation
Random Questions

 Termination of Lecture
leases The Transfer of Property Law by R.K.Sinha, Whiteboard
 Waiver of notice to 11th Ed Ch. 5, pg 465-533 Examples
40
quit Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.5
Discussion
 Waiver of ,pg959-1217 Presentation
forfeiture Random Questions

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The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha,
11th Ed. Ch. 6, pg 408-455
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.5
,pg 959-1217

Cases: Associated
Hotels of India v. R.N.Kapoor, AIR 1959
SC1262 Lecture
Whiteboard
 Lease & Licence
Quality Cut Pieces v. M.Laxmi and Co. Examples
41  Cases AIR1986 Bom 359 Discussion
distinguishing Presentation
lease and license
B V D’souza Antonio Fausto Fernandes, Random Questions
AIR1989 SC 1816

Samir Kumar Chatterjee v. Hirendra Nath


Ghosh, AIR1992,Cal 129

Delta International Ltd v. Shyam Sunder


Ganeriwalla, AIR1999 SC 2607

Lecture
Whiteboard
The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha
Examples
11th Ed., Ch. 6, pg 457-461
42  Exchanges Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.6
Presentation
,pg1246-1250
Random Questions

Lecture
 Gift Whiteboard
The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha
 Transfer how Examples
11th Ed., Ch. 7, pg 463-477
43 effected Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.7
 Conditional gift ,pg1251-1288
Presentation
Random Questions

The Transfer of Property Act by R.K.Sinha


11th Ed., Ch. 7 pg 470-477
Lecture
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.7
Whiteboard
 Revocation ,pg 1251-1288
Examples
 Onerous gift Cases: Raghunathjee
44 Discussion
 Universal donee Maharaj v. Ramesh Chandra,AIR 2001
Presentation
SC 2340
Random Questions
Kamlakanta Mohapatra v. Pratap
Chandra Mohapatra AIR 2010 Ori,13

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Lecture
Whiteboard
Property Law by Poonam Pradhan Saxena,
Examples
2nd Ed. Ch. 9, pg 565-576
45  Actionable Claims Discussion
Transfer of Property Act, by Mulla,10th Ed., Ch.8 ,
Presentation
pg1291-1309
Random Questions

Internal Assessment-Test 2

EASEMENTS
 Creation of
Lecture
Easements
Whiteboard
 Nature and
Examples
Characteristics of Indian Easement Act,1882
46 Discussion
Easements. Easement Act by J D. Jain
Presentation
 Kinds of Easement Random Questions
 Acquisition of
Easement

 Incidents of Lecture
Easement Whiteboard
 Doctrine of Examples
Indian Easement Act,1882 Discussion
47 prescription
Easement Act by J D. Jain
 Extinction of Presentation
Easement Random Questions

Lecture
 Suspension and Whiteboard
Revival of Examples
Indian Easement Act,1882
48 Easements, Discussion
Easement Act, J D. Jain
 Licenses Presentation
Random Questions

Internal Assessment- Grand Viva

C. Evaluation Scheme: Continuous Evaluation

Description Marks Schedule

1. Continuous Assessment 30 % Detailed below

2. Mid Semester Exams 20 % Refer Academic Calendar

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3. End Semester Exam 50 % Refer Academic Calendar

G. SUGGESTED READINGS:

G :1 TEXTBOOKS:
 Poonam Pradhan Saxena, Property Law, Lexis Nexis, Ed.2nd ,2012,Nagpur

 Dr. R.K.Sinha, The Transfer of Property Act, CLA, Ed.17th ,2016, Allahabad

 G.P.Tripathi, The Transfer of Property Act, CLA,Ed.18th ,2014, Allahabad

 T.P Tripathi, The Transfer of Property Act,1882, ALA, 2nd Ed. 2011,Allahabad
 Shukla, S N, Transfer of Property Act, Faridabad Allahabad law Agency, 2006

.
G: 2 REFERENCE BOOKS/STATUTES
 Bharuka G.C, Mulla’s Transfer of Property Act 1882, Lexis Nexis Buttherworths, 10th Ed. 2006,
New Delhi.

 Sarthi, Vepa. P., Transfer of Property , Eastern Book Publication,5th Ed, Lucknow , 2012

 Subbarao ,Transfer of Property , Eastern Book Publication,2012


 Gour, Hari Singh; Lakshmanan, A R,Commentary on Transfer of Property Act , Delhi Law House
,Ed.12th , 2011, Delhi.
 Mallick, M R , Goyle's A Commentary on the Transfer of Property Act, Delhi Eastern Law House
Ed. 2nd , 2001,Delhi.
 157th Law Commission Report
 181 Law Commission Report
 Transfer of Property Act,1882
 Indian Easement Act,1882
 The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 1988
 The Benami Transaction (Prohibition) (Amendment) Act, 2016
 General Clauses Act 1897
 The Registration Act,1908
 Indian Succession Act, 1925
 RESEARCH ARTICLES FOR REFERENCE
 Changing Conceptions of Property in Law by Francis S. Philbrick, Unversity of Pennsylvania Law
Review & American Law Register Vol 86 No 7
 The Transfer of Property under Illegal Transactions by M. J. Higgins Source: The Modern Law
Review, Vol. 25, No. 2 (Mar., 1962), pp. 149-16
 “Mortgagee’s power to sell under Section 69 of transfer of property Act,1882”-Halo or Hairshirt?
By Dr. T Ramaswamy available at http://www.ebc-india.com/lawyer/articles/2003v4a3.htm

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 Deed of Mortgage by Mr Y.Srinivasa Rao available at
http://www.manupatrafast.com/articles/PopOpenArticle.aspx?ID=660daccc-ddba-41af-a60e-
633b4f252cc2&txtsearch=Subject:%20Property
 Some Mortgage problems by Sir Horatio Shephard ,Kt
 Contract for Sale of Immovable Property — Its Effect on Subsequent attachment of the said 
property by Justice S A Kader
 A Need for ‘All in One Enactment’ by K Krishnamurthy 
 Unregistered Lease for 11 Months, Admissibility of: —A Note on Sathish Kumar v. Zarif 
Ahmed & others [1997-1-L.W. 763 (SC)] by Justice S A Kader
 The clog on the equity of redemption and its effect on modern real estate finance by jeffrey l.
Licht, st. John's law review, vol. 60, iss. 3 [1986], art. 3
 Clogging the equity of redemption: an outmoded concept? By Lindy willmott and bill Duncan
available at https://lr.law.qut.edu.au/article/view/87
 Incomplete property rights, redistribution, and welfare by J. Atsu Amegashie available at
http://www.jstor.org/stable/pdfplus/10.2307/41107903.pdf?acceptTC=true
 The Unborn ChildAuthor(s): P. H. WinfieldSource: The University of Toronto Law Journal,
Vol. 4, No. 2 (1942), pp. 278-295
 Lis Pendens. Effect of Decree in Lower Court Pending Proceedings on Appeal Source:
Harvard Law Review, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Feb., 1926), pp. 511-512

G: 3 Detailed CASE STUDIES


S.No. Title Source Module Session
No. No.
1. Shantabai v. State of Bombay AIR 1958 SC 532 : I 3
(1959) SCR 265 1
2. State of Orissa v. Titaghur Paper Mills 1 5
Company Limited, AIR 1985 SC 1293 :
(1985) Supp SCC 280

3. Bamdev Panigrahi v. Monorama Raj, AIR 1974 AP 226 1 5

4. Duncans Industries Ltd. v. State of U.P. (2000)1 SCC 633 1 5

5. Kumar Harish Chandra Singh Deo v. AIR 1965 SC 1738 : 1 6


Bansidhar Mohanty, (1966) 1 SCR 153

6. M.L .Abdul Jabbar Sahib v. H. Venkata AIR 1969 SC 1147 : 1 6


Sastri, (1969) 1 SCC 573

7. Padarath Halwai v. Ram Narain, AIR 1915 PC 21 1 6

8. Lloyds Bank Ltd v. P.E Guzder and AIR 1930 Cal 22 1 8


Co.

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9. Bank of Bombay v. Suleman (1909) ILR Bom 1 1 8

10. Kori Gowramma v. The Vyasya Bank first appeal No 324 of 1 9


Ltd, Kampli 1997, decided as on
Feburary 2000(HC of
Karnataka)
11. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation v. AIR 1971 SC 1201 ; 1 9
Haji Abdul Gafur Haji Hussenbhai, (1971) 1 SCC 757

12. Md. Mustafa v. Haji Md. Isa, AIR 1987 Pat 5 1 9

13 H.N.Narayanaswamy Naidu v. AIR 1981 Kant 93 1 9


Deveeramma,

14 Ram Niwas v. Bano , AIR 2000 SC 2921 : 1 9


(2000) 6 SCC 685
15 V.N. Sarin v. Ajit Kumar Poplai, AIR 1966 SC 432 : 1 10
(1966) 1 SCR 349

16 Kenneth Solomon v. Dan Singh Bawa, AIR 1986 Del 1 1 10

17 Mohar Singh v. Devi Charan, AIR 1988 SC 1365 : 1 10


(1988) 3 SCC 63

18 N. Ramaiah v. Nagaraj S, AIR 2001 Kant. 395 1 10

19 Venkataramanna v. Brahmana (1869) 4Mad HC 345 1 14

20 Rosher v. Rosher (1884) 26 Ch D 801 1 14

21 Zoroastrian Co-operative Housing MANU/SC/0290/2005 1 14


Society Ltd v. District Registrar Co-
operative Societies,
22 Tulk v. Moxhay (1843-60) All ER 9 1 15
23 Girijesh Dutt v. Data Din AIR1934 Oudh35 1 17
24 Rajesh Kanta Roy v. Shanti Debi AIR 1957 SC 255 2 21
25 Kokilambal v. N Raman, AIR 2005 SC 2468 2 21
26 Jayadayal Poddar v. Bibi Hazara AIR 1974 SC171 2 26

27 Md. Sulaiman v. Sakina Bibi. MR1922 All392 2 26

28 Lov Raj Kumar v. Major Daya AIR 1986 Del 364 2 27


Shankar (Dr)

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29 Narendrabhai Chaganbhai Bharatia AIR 2002 Guj209- 2 27
v. Gandevi Peoples Cooeprative Bank
Ltd

30 Ceean International Pvt Ltd v. Ashok AIR 2003 Cal 2003 2 28


Surana
31 Amarnath v. Deputy of Consolidation, AIR1985 All 163 2 28
Kanpur

32 Govinda Pillai Gopala Pillai v. AIR1957 Ker 10 2 28


Aiyyappan Krishnan,

33 Jagannath Mahaprabhu v. Pravat AIR 1992 Ori47 2 28


Chandra Chatterjee,

34 Padmja v. Errathil Sanjeev AIR 2007(NOC) 70 Ker 2 28

35 Prabodh Kumar Das v. Dantmare Tea AIR 1940 PCI 2 32


Co. Ltd,
36 Amar Singh v. Laxaman, AIR 2007 (NOC) 320 2 33
(Raj)
37 DS Parvathamma v A Srinivasan (2003) 4 SCC 705 2 33

38 Maina Devi v. Thakur Mansingh, AIR 1986 Raj 44 3 37

39 VAITHEGI v. GURUSAMYPILLAI & CIVIL APPEAL NO(S). 3 37


ANR. 8/2018
40 Pomal Kanji Govindji v. Vrajilal AIR 1989 S.C436 3 38
Karsanandas Purohit,

41 Seth Ganga Dhar v. Shankar Lal, AIR 2000 S.C.770 3 37

42 Gulab Chand Sharma v. Saraswati AIR 1977 S.C 242 3 37


Devi

42 Shivdev Singh v. Sucha Singh, AIR 2000 SC1935 3 38

44 Ram Kishan v. Sheo Ram AIR2008 P& H 77(FB) 3 38


45 Shanti Devi v. Nand Lal AIR 2005 Raj 218 4 38
46 Vadilal Chhaganlal Soni v. Gokaldas AIR 1953 Bom 408 4 38
Mansukh,
47 Samir Kumar Chatterjee v. Hirendra AIR1992,Cal 129 4 41
Nath Ghosh,
48 B V D’souza Antonio Fausto AIR1989 SC 1816 4 41
Fernandes,

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49 Quality Cut Pieces v. M.Laxmi and AIR1986 Bom 359 4 41
Co.

50 Associated Hotels of India v. AIR 1959 SC1262 4 41


R.N.Kapoor,
51 Delta International Ltd v. Shyam AIR1999 SC 2607 4 41
Sunder Ganeriwalla,
52 Raghunathjee Maharaj v. Ramesh AIR 2001 SC 2340 4 43
Chandra,
53 Kamlakanta Mohapatra v. Pratap AIR 2010 Ori,13 4 43
Chandra Mohapatra,
54 Suraj Lamp and Industries (P) vs State AIR 2011 SC 4 43
Of Haryana & Anr
55 Narindra Singh rao v. Mahindra Singh AIR 2013 SC 4 44
Singh Rao
56 Vimla Devi v. Pushpa Devi and Anr. AIR 2017 SCC Del 4 44
8694
57 Allokam Peddabbayya v. Allahabad 2017 SCC OnLine 3 45
Bank SC 671

Note: For the purpose of any query, students may consult their respective faculty in between 03:00-
04:00 PM

G: 4 WEB SOURCES:
 www.scconline.com
 www.westlawindia.com
 http://www.jstor.org/
 www.ssrn.org

H. Instructions
a) All students will be divided in groups comprising of 3- 4 students in each.
b) Students are expected to read the concerned session’s contents in advance before coming to the
class.
c) The session will be made interactive through active participation from students. The entire session
will be conducted through question-answer, reflections, discussion, current practices, examples,
problem solving activities and presentations etc.
d) In the case study session all students are expected to prepare their analysis and answers/decisions
in their respective groups. Any group may be asked to present their views and defend the same.

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e) All schedules/announcements must be strictly adhered to.
f) The complete syllabus would be covered for Viva-voce and one must be thoroughly prepared to
appear for the viva and strictly appear on given time, otherwise, he/she will loose the marks.
g) Late entry (Max. 5 minutes from the class timing) in the class will not be allowed.
h) The instructor shall be available for doubt clearing and academic discussion during 3.30 to
4.30 Pm on all working days.

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PROJECT TOPICS:

1. Imperfections in the title of a property


2. Right to Property: What it includes?
3. Constitutional Status of right to property
4. Transfer of Property-Movable & Immovable
5. Conditions restraining alienation
6. Transfer for the benefit of unborn child
7. Applications and relevance of the rule against perpetuity
8. Conditional Transfer
9. Transfer by ostensible owner
10. Doctrine of Part performance
11. Transfer of property by a Non Owner under TPA
12. Sale of Immovable property
13. Mortgages of immovable property
14. Distinctions between Easement & Usufructuary mortgage
15. Meaning of clog on equity of redemption
16. Covenant running with Property
17. Mortgage by way of conditional sale
18. Usufructuary mortgage
19. Right of possession and right of ownership: jurisprudential debate
20. Fraudulent transfers under TPA
21. Transfers subject to a condition or limitation under TPA
22. Critical analysis of the idea of transfer of property in favour of unborn child
23. Prohibition of Benami transactions
24. Transfer by unauthorized person who subsequently acquires interest in property transferred.
25. Leases of Immovable Property
26. Role of registration act in TPA
27. Relevance of Notice under transfer of Property Law
28. What may be transferred under TPA
29. Doctrine of Election
30. Doctrine of Lis Pendens: a case based analysis
31. Rule of spes successionis and its comparison with the rule of Feeding the grant by estoppel
32. Doctrine of acceleration
33. Critically examination of the rule regarding right to redemption in case of mortgages under TPA
34. Distinctions between lease and licence
35. Critical analysis of the idea of transfer of property in favour of unborn child
36. Transfer by co-owners
37. Restraints on alienations in the light of judicial precedents
38. An analysis of the rule against perpetuity
39. Meaning of clog on equity of redemption
40. Mortgages of Immovable property and charges
41. Distinction between vested and contingent interest
42. Critical examination of the rule regarding right of redemption in case of mortgages under TPA
43. Transfer of “Spes Successionis”
44. Essential ingredients of a lease deed and identification of unfair terms in a lease deed
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45. Distinctions between vested and contingent interests in transfers of property
46. Registration Act as an essential support for applicability of the Transfer of Property Act
47. Registration of transfer document & its importance
48. Transfer by non-owners and Co-owners under TPA
49. Gift–definition and mode of transfer, suspension and revocation
50. Concept of Actionable claim.
51. A case based analysis as to why section 53A of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 has been
controversial
52. co-extensive rights of redemption and foreclosure
53. Actual possession as constructive notice
54. Doctrine of Constructive Notice
55. Legal concept of covenants that run with the land
56. “Doctrine of Part Performance” and the effect of amendment made in 2001.
57. Importance of Attestation and Registration under TPA
58. Supreme Court’s view on the doctrine of Lis Pendens in the case of transfers of property?
59. How does the transfer of property act, 1882 deal with “good faith” in transfers of property?
60. status of Section 41 of Transfer of Property Act with reference to Benami Transaction( Prohibition) Act,19
61. Distinguish between “Spes Successionis” and the rule of “Feeding the Grant by Estoppel”
62. Fraudulent Transfer
63. Doctrine of cog on equity
64. Actionable claims
65. Conditional Gifts
66. Electricity as a property.
67. Property Rights and Property Law
68. Leases, Different Kinds of Tenancies
69. Unpaid Vendor's Charge, encumbrances and Court Sales
70. Law of Adverse Possession
71. “things attached to earth” and Concept of “Doctrine of fixtures”
72. Importance of attestation; who may be a competent witness; mode of attestation; attestation
by a Pardanashin woman
73. Relevance of doctrine of Notice
74. Concept of property; Definition of and distinction between movable and immovable property
75. Meaning of ‘Transfer of Property’ under the Act; Transfer intervivos; Living person
distinguished from juristic person
76. Transfers subject to a condition or limitation
77. Critically discuss the rules regarding right of redemption in the case of mortgages under the
Transfer of Property Act, 1882
78. How does the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 deal with “good faith” in transfers of property.
79. Why Section 53A of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 has been controversial?
80. Discuss the distinction between joint ownership and co-ownership and the implications of the same
81. Easementary Rights
82. Analysis of 157th Law Commission report.
83. Amendment of Section 106 of TPA and recommendations of 181 Law Commission Report
84. Difference between Easement and License
85. Imposition. Acquisition And Transfer of easements
86. Perpetual Leases
87. Contingent Transfers
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88. Role of equity in Transfer of Property
89. Protection of transferee in good faith
90. Application of rule of estoppel in Property Law
91. Actionable claims under Transfer of Property Act
92. Amendments in the Transfer of Property Act
93. Oral transfers in present day context
94. Role of Mortgage in securing loans from banks
95. Marshalling in mortgages
96. Marshalling in sale
97. Charge on Immovable property
98. Difference in Gifts under TPA and Gifts under personal law
99. Difference in transfers in favour of unborn under TPA and under personal law
100. Land acquisition; Recent Judicial trends.
101. Present day application on Part Performance
102. New emerging types of business agreements for use and enjoyment of property;
differentiating lease and licence

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Annexure-I

UPES
SCHOOL OF LAW

B.Com, LL.B (Hons.) Taxation Laws 2016

SEMESTER V

SESSION: JULY-DECEMBER

ASSIGNMENT – 1
FOR
Property Law
(LLBL 402)
Under the Supervision of: Ms. Parul Sinha
NAME: _______________________
SAP NO: _______________________
ROLL NO: -------------------------------------

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Section A (10 Marks)
(Attempt all questions. Each questions carry equal marks)
General Question- subject matter

Write short notes on any four of the following:

Q. No.1 Immovable Property


Q. No.2 Notice under TPA
Q. No.3 Transfer of Spes Successionis
Q. No. 4 Easementary Rights
Q.No.5 Actionable Claim

Section B (20 marks)- Conceptual Question


(Attempt all questions. Each questions carry equal marks)

Q. No.6 Explain “Doctrine of Part Performance” and state the effect of amendment in the concept
made in 2001

Q. No.7 Define ‘Mortgage’ and discuss various kinds of Mortgages contemplated U/S. 58 of the
Transfer of Property Act, 1882

Section C (20 marks)- Analytical question


(Attempt all questions. Each questions carry equal marks)

Q. N0.8. Analyse the Amendment of Section 106 of TPA and recommendations of 181 Law
Commission Report
Q. N0.9 Explain the relevance of Section 41 of Transfer of Property Act along with analysis of
Benami Transaction( Prohibition) Act,1988

Section D (50 marks)


(Attempt all questions. All questions carry equal marks)
- Application Based Question

Read the case “Case / problem” and answer the following questions:

Case Study/ Case Details/ Problem Details

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Questions: Based on the Case Study/Case Details/Problem Details

10. A purchased from B by means of a registered sale deed a house for Rs. 50 lacs. Before purchase A
has inspected the house and saw that the house has 6 ceiling fans and also a booster pump. When
A took the possession of the house, he noticed that B had removed all the fans and the pump. B
informed A that he had sold only the house but not the fans and pumps. A seeks your legal opinion
to the matter. Advice A.
11. A, Hindu who has separated from his father B, sells three fields X, Y and Z to C, representing that
he is the owner of the same. Of these fields, Z does not belong to A, it having been retained by B
on partition. B dies and A as heir obtains field Z. C not having rescinded the contract of sale files a
suit for the delivery of Z to him. Will he succeed? Decide with the help of relevant provisions and
case law.
Would it make any difference if C had known all along that A was not authorized to transfer Z
during B’s lifetime but had pretended not be aware of the actual stage of affairs? What will be your
answer if A after obtaining field, Z, immediately sells it to D.

12. A contract to sell land to B for Rs. 50000. B paid Rs. 40000 to A. took possession of land and
promised to pay the balance at the time of registration. Afterwards A sold the same to C for Rs.
75000 by means of a registered sale-deed in favor of C. thereupon C called upon B to vacate the
land. Discuss he rights of B and C.

13. A entered into an agreement of Sale of a piece of land with B. B paid the advance and got the
possession of the land. However, A failed to execute the sale deed in B’s favor. B constructed a
boundary wall, but this land was encroached upon by a trespasser. B moved the court seeking a
permanent injunction from the court restraining the trespasser from interfering with his peaceful
possession of the property. Whether B was entitled to protect his possession?

1. INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
ON ASSIGNMENT SOLVING

1. All the questions of the assignment must be handwritten.


2. To answer your assignment questions you need to access multiple information sources like
a. Your own prior experience.
b. Regular reading of Books, Law Journals, magazines and News papers
c. Reference Books
d. Browsing the internet for latest updates.

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3. Please remember that due to the dynamic and rapidly changing global legal environment and the
continuously realigning geopolitical situation, your answers should capture and depict the current
contemporary information.

4. As a student of Law, we encourage to have a contrary point of view. But do ensure that you can
provide a logical justification to this view supported by verifiable facts, figures, statues and decided
cases by various higher courts.

5. Caution: Remember to provide original answers only as your Assignment submissions will be run
through an anti-plagiarism software (Turnitin).

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GUIDELINES FOR PROJECT WORK

The project will be completed as follows:

1. Abstract: One page in around 300 word


It may be in 3 paragraphs
a. Highlighting the topic
b. Areas of concern and expected solution
c. Scheme of research
d. Key words

2. Submission of Final Project report after approval of synopsis.


a. Excluding the Cover page, index page and bibliography the main write up should be around 20
pages. Single Space, Times New Roman, Font Size 11. Printed both sides
b. Project must have- Cover page stating Subject name, Title of the Project, Supervisor name,
Student details etc.
c. Students have to follow a uniform method of citation (the suggested method is Blue Book 19th
Edition) and must mention the same in the research methodology).
d. The main body of the project must contain- Introduction, different chapters, conclusion,
recommendation, foot notes and required bibliography.

3. The project work shall


a. Be focused on the problem
b. Include current status of knowledge in the subject (literature review);
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c. Embody the result of studies carried out by him/her;
d. Show evidence of the student’s capacity for critical examination and judgment; and
e. Be satisfactory in presentation so far as language, style and form are concerned

4. The student shall indicate clearly and extensively in his/her project, the following:
a. The source from which referred information is taken;
b. The extent to which he/she has availed himself/herself of the work of others and the portion of
the /project work he/she claims to be his/her original work; and
c. Whether his/her project work has been conducted independently or in collaboration with others.
5. A certificate to the effect that the project work carried out by the student independently or in
collaboration with other student(s) endorsed by the student shall form the part of the submission
for evaluation.

6. Every student who spends a specified period of time in an industry/organization/institute for reasons
of work related to his/her project work, with prior permission from the Coordinator concerned will
explicitly acknowledge working in the relevant industry/organization/institute.

7. All projects submitted by the students will go through the process of plagiarism check through the
anti-plagiarism software (Turnitin). The report produced by the software will necessarily be as per
the standards prescribed by the university. If the report is below standards the supervisor will reject
the project and award zero marks.

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CONTINOUS ASSESSMENT SHEET
Programme
Name Semester V
B.Com LL.B (Hons.) Taxation Laws
Faculty
Name Ms. Parul Sinha

Subject Property Law

Subject LLBL
Code 402

Quiz/Class Test/ Snap Assignment/ Project Work Subject Attendance Total


Test Case Analysis Grand 100
Viva Marks
Enrl. No. Name
20% weightage 20% 20% 20% 20%
weightage weightage weightage weightage

I II Report / Viva
/PPT
10 10

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Annexure IV

Course Calendar-July-DEC, 2018

S. No. Project Assignment Snap Snap Grand Viva


Test-I Test-II

Date of 13th Aug,


allotment 2018

Date of
submission 19th Nov 3rd week 2nd 19th Nov-23rd Nov
5thOct August week
October

Note:
 Students may come to discuss the academic issues and for doubt clearance with the faculty between 3.30 to
4.30 pm on the working days.

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