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G.O.(MS) No.51/2021/PD GO Authority : GOK
Registration of Documents-Restriction limiting the number of documents by 5 only a day-IGR authorised to issue circular regulating number of documents that would be taken up for registration per day.
Registration of Documents-Restriction limiting the number of documents by 5 only a day-IGR authorised to issue circular regulating number of documents that would be taken up for registration per day.
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G.O.(MS) No. 381/76/PD G O Authority : GOK
Attendance of Government Employees-Incorporation of Columns for marking CL in the attendance register
Attendance of Government Employees-Incorporation of Columns for marking CL in the attendance register
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WP (C) No.4568 of 2021 Judgment Authority : HC of Kerala
Stamp Duty-On a partition deed-whereby the co-owners of the property held jointly by the legal heirs and successors in interest of late Sri.Vallon and his wife, Kurumba. The property originally belonged to Erannoor Mana. Vallon held the property as 'verum pattamdar' under Erannoor Mana (illom). The right, title, and interest of the landlords, namely Erannoor Mana (illom) was later assigned in favour of the legal heirs and successors in interest of the original 'pattamdhar' namely, Vallon by virtue of the purchase certificate issued by the Special Tahsildar, Thrissur dated 24.5.2013. Ext.P1 is the purchase certificate. 2. Vallon married Kurumba. Two children were born out of the said wedlock namely, Kurumba and Thalary. The Government Pleader submitted that Sec.2 (fb) of the Stamp Act clearly defines the word 'family'. The Government Pleader contends that, if any of the members W.P. (C.) No.4568 of 2021 family defined in Sec.2 (fb) died, then the legal heirs joined in the partition deed would not fall within the definition of Sl. No.42 (a). Held that the deed will not come within the definition of family defined in Sec.2 (fb) of the Stamp Act, because the executants are the grandchildren and great-grandchildren through Kurumba and Thalary.
Stamp Duty-On a partition deed-whereby the co-owners of the property held jointly by the legal heirs and successors in interest of late Sri.Vallon and his wife, Kurumba. The property originally belonged to Erannoor Mana. Vallon held the property as 'verum pattamdar' under Erannoor Mana (illom). The right, title, and interest of the landlords, namely Erannoor Mana (illom) was later assigned in favour of the legal heirs and successors in interest of the original 'pattamdhar' namely, Vallon by virtue of the purchase certificate issued by the Special Tahsildar, Thrissur dated 24.5.2013. Ext.P1 is the purchase certificate. 2. Vallon married Kurumba. Two children were born out of the said wedlock namely, Kurumba and Thalary. The Government Pleader submitted that Sec.2 (fb) of the Stamp Act clearly defines the word 'family'. The Government Pleader contends that, if any of the members W.P. (C.) No.4568 of 2021 family defined in Sec.2 (fb) died, then the legal heirs joined in the partition deed would not fall within the definition of Sl. No.42 (a). Held that the deed will not come within the definition of family defined in Sec.2 (fb) of the Stamp Act, because the executants are the grandchildren and great-grandchildren through Kurumba and Thalary.
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SLP (C) No 13917 of 2009 nil Authority : nil
The Supreme Court had made a declaration that GPA sales and SA/GPA/WILL transfers are not legally valid modes of transfer. It was submitted before the Court that this declaration is likely to create hardship to a large number of persons who have entered into such transactions and they should be given sufficient time to regularize the transactions by obtaining deeds of conveyance. It was also submitted that this decision should be made applicable prospectively to avoid hardship. The Court clarified that we have merely drawn attention to and reiterated the well-settled legal position that SA/GPA/WILL transactions are not transfers' or 'sales and that such transactions cannot be treated as completed transfers or conveyances. They can continue to be treated as existing agreement of sale. Nothing prevents affected parties from getting registered Deeds of Conveyance to complete their title. The said 'SA/GPA/WILL transactions may also be used to obtain specific performance or to defend possession under section 53A of TP Act.
The Supreme Court had made a declaration that GPA sales and SA/GPA/WILL transfers are not legally valid modes of transfer. It was submitted before the Court that this declaration is likely to create hardship to a large number of persons who have entered
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WP(C) NO 1159 OF 2021 Judgment Authority : High Court of Kerala
Petition for consideration-RR ordered on Final Order under Sec45.
Petition for consideration-RR ordered on Final Order under Sec45. Disposed of in the following terms: (a) The petitioner shall file an appeal against Ext.P1 order before the competent District Court, together with an application for condonation of delay a
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WP(C) NO.12843 OF 2021 Judgment Authority : High Court of Kerala
Special Marriage Act, 1954. On 08.04.2021, the petitioner along with Jewel James served on the third respondent, the Marriage Officer under the Act, a notice of their intended marriage. It is stated by the petitioner that Jewel James who is pursuing his studies at present in the United Kingdom is unable to come to India for solemnizing the marriage as he would not be granted leave from the university on account of the travel restrictions from and to India due to the pandemic, Covid - 19. The petitioner, therefore, seeks directions to the third respondent to permit her and Jewel James to solemnize their marriage and register the same by allowing Jewel James to appear before the third respondent virtually. Held that the petitioner is not entitled to the relief sought in the writ petition and the writ petition is accordingly, dismissed. Sd/- P.B.SURESH KUMAR JUDGE
Special Marriage Act, 1954. On 08.04.2021, the petitioner along with Jewel James served on the third respondent, the Marriage Officer under the Act, a notice of their intended marriage. It is stated by the petitioner that Jewel James who is pursuing his s
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G.O.(P) No.46/2021/TAXES G O Authority : GOK Taxes Department
Personal Appearance in SROs-In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (d) of sub-section (1) of section 88 of the Registration Act, 1908 (Central Act 16 of 1908), the Government of Kerala, hereby specify the Office of the Registrar, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Pookode, Wayanad as a Public Office for the purpose of the said section
Personal Appearance in SROs exempted-Office of the Registrar, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Pookode, Wayanad as a Public Office for the purpose of the said section.
S. R. O. No. 519/2021
File No.IGR/579/2020-RR2 Proceeding-Decision on Appeal by SR Authority : IGR
Since all the parties except one are not related to the agent the Power of Attorney is one falling under Art 44 of the Schedule to the Kerala Stamp Act. Since the property values for which each of the joint owners are entitled to is not specified the Stamp Duty is to be paid on the total sale consideration of the property involved.
Since all the parties except one are not related to the agent the Power of Attorney is one falling under Art 44 of the Schedule to the Kerala Stamp Act. Since the property values for which each of the joint owners are entitled to is not specified the Stam
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Circular No.03/2021 Circular Authority : State Land Board Trivandrum
Kerala Land Reforms Act-Forwarding of Purchase Certificates to Sub Registrars by Land Tribunals and Land Assignment orders in Form 20 by Tahsildars to Sub Registrars
Kerala Land Reforms Act-Forwarding of Purchase Certificates to Sub Registrars by Land Tribunals and Land Assignment orders in Form 20 by Tahsildars to Sub Registrars
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Number-DCPKD/8268/2018 CA1 Circular Authority : District Collector Palakkad
Basic Tax Collection-Steps to bring complaints in the collection of Tax by Village Officers-Detailed Circular.
Basic Tax Collection-Steps to bring complaints in the collection of Tax by Village Officers-Detailed Circular.
LRB 31482/17 Dated 24-08-2017 of LRC