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Transfer of Property - April/May 2009 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Long Do you think that Transfer of Property Act is exhaustive to cover all kinds of transfers? Explain.
Long Define and distinguish between Vested and Contingent interests.
Long Explain the provisions relating to Doctrine of Lis Pendens under the Transfer of Property Act.
Long What is meant by "Feeding the grant by Estoppel"? What are the conditions to be satisfied for application of it?
Long What is meant by Charge? How it differs from Mortgage?
Long "Once a mortgage is always a mortgage and for ever a mortgage". Explain.
Long What is meant by Lease? Explain how a lease can be terminated.
Long What is meant by Gift? Explain different types of Gifts.
Long Define Easement. Explain different kinds of Easements.
Long What is meant by Will? Explain how a Will can be executed.
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