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2020 (3) KLT 17 Judgment Authority : High Court
Narayanan Nambiar during his life time had executed a registered Will, by which, the properties were bequeathed to his wife Sreedevi Amma with a further clause that in the event of any property found left out on her demise, the same would go to their foster daughter. After the death of Sreedevi Amma, her natural legal heirs came up with the suit claiming right over the property by devolution. Held: What is given to the wife of testator, is a right to enjoy and right to alienate the property during her life time and if any found to be left out on her death, it would devolve upon the foster child brought up by them. Since absolute right of transfer was given to the wife of testator, the further clause that whatever the property left out by the devisee on her demise would go to the foster child is repugnant to the earlier disposition and as such not valid.
Narayanan Nambiar during his life time had executed a registered Will, by which, the properties were bequeathed to his wife Sreedevi Amma with a further clause that in the event of any property found left out on her demise, the same would go to their fost
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2020 (3) KLT 109 Judgment Authority : High Court
Parents jointly executing a Will in respect of their joint property bequeathing their properties after dividing the same into different plots. After the death of the father, the mother revoked the Will in so far as it relates to her one-half share and assigned it to some of her children. Held Mother cannot revoke the Will as the document rests on a bilateral agreement entered into by the husband and wife which is founded upon mutual trust and confidence, it cannot be contended that one among them can frustrate and defeat the very object and purpose of the document.
Parents jointly executing a Will in respect of their joint property bequeathing their properties after dividing the same into different plots. After the death of the father, the mother revoked the Will in so far as it relates to her one-half share and ass
Meenakshikutty v. Nirmala
G.O.(P) No. 09/2020/TD G O Authority : GOK
Remission of the stamp duty chargeable under the said Act under the said Act for the registration of the instruments of conveyance of land being purchased in the name of Local Self Government Institutions and land being donated by private persons to Government, Local Self Government Institutions and land being donated by private persons to Government, Local Self Government Institutions, Government-owned institutions and Public Sector Undertakings for public purpose.
Remission of the stamp duty chargeable under the said Act under the said Act for the registration of the instruments of conveyance of land being purchased in the name of Local Self Government Institutions and land being donated by private persons to Gover
S. R. O. No. 84/2020
G.O.(P) No. 10/2020/TD G O Authority : GOK
Remission of the registration fee payable under the said Act for the registration of the instruments of conveyance of land being purchased in the name of Local Self Government Institutions and land being donated by private persons to Government, Local Self Government Institutions and land being donated by private persons to Government, Local Self Government Institutions, Government-owned institutions and Public Sector Undertakings for public purpose.
Remission of the registration fee payable under the said Act for the registration of the instruments of conveyance of land being purchased in the name of Local Self Government Institutions and land being donated by private persons to Government, Local Sel
S. R. O. No. 86/2020
Covid Protocol-Affidavit Affidavit to kept while travelling Authority : Kerala Police
Covid Protocol-Affidavit
Covid Protocol-Affidavit
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WP(C) NO. 11576 OF 2021 Judgment Authority : High Court
It is made clear that the requirements as to notices under the WP(C) No.11576/2021: 7: Cochin Christian Civil Marriage Act are waived in this case on equitable grounds and in view of the peculiar circumstances arising in this case due to Covid-19 pandemic. The writ petition is disposed of as above.
It is made clear that the requirements as to notices under the WP(C) No.11576/2021: 7: Cochin Christian Civil Marriage Act are waived in this case on equitable grounds and in view of the peculiar circumstances arising in this case due to Covid-19 pandemic
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Note relying upon Bombay High Court Judgment Judgment Authority : Reliable Judgment of Bombay High Court
Held that a remarried Hindu widow has right on the property of the intestate deceased husband as Section 4 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 has an overriding effect.
Held that a remarried Hindu widow has right on the property of the intestate deceased husband as Section 4 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 has an overriding effect.
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W.P.(C) No.2212 OF 2021(B) GIRIJAN V. 1. THE SUB REGISTRAR, SUB REGISTRAR OFFICE, THRISSUR, THRISSUR-680003, 2. THE VILLAGE OFFICER, THRISSUR VILLAGE OFFICE, CHEMBUKKAVU, THRISSUR-680020, 3. THE TAHSILDAR(LR), TALUK OFFICE, THRISSUR-680020. Authority : H C
The writ petition is disposed of by directing the 1st respondent to accept for registration the sale deed to be presented in respect of 1.01 Ares of property in Sy.No.1807/4-1 and 0.41 Ares in Sy.No.1807/5-1 of Thrissur village in Thrissur District, without insisting for Record of Right Certificate, if that document is otherwise in order.
The writ petition is disposed of by directing the 1st respondent to accept for registration the sale deed to be presented in respect of 1.01 Ares of property in Sy.No.1807/4-1 and 0.41 Ares in Sy.No.1807/5-1 of Thrissur village in Thrissur District, witho
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Sarkar Sevanam Veettupadikkal NIL Authority : NIL
Governance at Doorstep of Citizen
Governance at Doorstep of Citizen
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W.P.(C). No. 20445 of 2020 Judgment Authority : H C
No Surrender of the lease but cancellation of lease deed-Even respondents have no case that the petitioners have completed the construction of the building or that the possession of the building has been handed over to the lessee. I am inclined to hold that Ext.P2 can be nothing but a cancellation of lease and not a case of surrender. In that view of the matter, Article 15 of the Schedule of the Stamp Act as well as 1(u) of the Table of Fees under Section 78 of the Registration Act, 1908 would apply.
No Surrender of the lease but cancellation of lease deed-Even respondents have no case that the petitioners have completed the construction of the building or that the possession of the building has been handed over to the lessee. I am inclined to hold th
2021 (2) KLT 870 HC