Comments Off on Specific Relief Act, 1963, S.34-Suit for Partition-Plaintiff cannot seek partition by way of separate possession by merely relying upon entry in jamabandis in absence of site plan and subsequent sale deeds.
Comments Off on Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1881, S. 11 and S.158~Suit for Partition-Jurisdiction of Civil Court—Merely because land reflected in the revenue record as abadhi deh whereas now construction has come up on said land the jurisdiction of Civil Court would not be barred.
Comments Off on Appeal filed by petitioner after three and half years of preparation of Sanad takseem held to be rightly dismissed—Petitioner ought to approach the Financial Commissioner or High Court directly against the preparation of Sanad Takseem.
Comments Off on Partition Proceedings-Unfair and Unjust—Respondent No. 1 has been given a taq abutting the main road (National Highway) and others have been given a joint taq of less valuable land, in violation of paragraph 11 of the Mode of partition-Proceedings set aside
Comments Off on Matter remitted back to the Assistant Collector to prepare fresh naksha bey after taking into consideration the record whether there is any provision of rasta and ensure that rasta be provided to the petitioners by partition in the land by metes and bounds.
Comments Off on Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1887, S. 111–Partition Proceedings-Objections to Naksha Bey-Once the party has suffered a statement regarding mode of partition, the same could not have been agitated