Registration Act, 1908 – The respondents are directed to correct the discrepancies in the website entries at the earliest and without delay as and when pointed out. The registering authorities cannot decline to register documents offline since online registration is only at the pilot run stage.
Registration Act, 1908 – Section 68 & 72 – Once the document is registered, it is not open to any Authority, under the Act of 1908 to cancel the registration. The remedy of appeal provided under the Act of 1908, in Part XII, in particular Section 72, is limited to […]
In the pre-independent India, the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act, 1886, was in force, but such Statute had a restrictive applicability i.e. in terms of Section 11 of the said Act, such Act was applicable to the members of every race, sect or tribe to which the Indian Succession […]
Mandatory nature of the statutory provisions requiring registration. Section 17 (1A) of the Registration Act post the amendment with effect from 24th September 2001 reads as under: “Section 17 (1A): The documents containing contracts to transfer for consideration, any immovable property for the purpose of Section 53A of the Transfer […]