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To eliminate the information asymmetry that existed in the real estate sector and to ensure that the sector maintains the strong growth, the incumbent government had brought in the necessary legislation.
Possession or the physical transfer of the property is often considered as the final step while purchasing a property, but it is not sufficient. You also need to have legal evidence of ownership.
Conveyance refers to the act of transferring the title, ownership, rights and interests in a property, from one entity to another. It is a binding contract that is enforceable in a court of law.
The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act is a crucial piece of legislation in India aimed at addressing and preventing sexual offenses against children. Enacted in 2012, the primary purpose of the POCSO Act is to provide legal protection to children below the age of 18 years from sexual abuse and exploitation.
The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act (PWDVA) is a significant piece of legislation in India that was enacted in 2005 to address and provide legal protection to women who are victims of domestic violence. The act recognizes various forms of violence that women may face within the confines of their homes and seeks to provide them with remedies and support.
The Indian Penal Code is a comprehensive legal framework that defines criminal offenses, specifies punishments, and establishes the rules and principles governing the prosecution of criminal cases in India. Its primary objective is to maintain law and order, protect the rights of individuals, and uphold justice within the Indian legal system.
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is an important piece of legislation in India that deals with negotiable instruments, which are documents that promise to pay a specific sum of money to a specific person or to the bearer of the instrument. This act provides the legal framework for various negotiable instruments, including promissory notes, bills of exchange, and checks.
The Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act (MCOCA) is a special law enacted by the state of Maharashtra in India to combat organised crime and criminal syndicates effectively. MCOCA was enacted in 1999 and has been amended over time to strengthen its provisions. The primary objective of MCOCA is to provide law enforcement agencies with enhanced legal tools to investigate and prosecute individuals involved in organised criminal activities.
The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) is a state-level government organization in the Indian state of Maharashtra that was established with the aim of providing affordable housing and developing areas in the state. The MHADA Act, officially known as the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Act, 1976, is the legislative framework that governs the functioning and responsibilities of MHADA.
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