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- According to Section 17 of Registration Act, 1908. Any non-testamentry instrument which creates a right to any immovable property worth more than Rs. 100 is compulsorily to be reigstered.
Since land is a immovable property, its transfer is compulsrily to be registered. If it is not registered, no right is deemed to be transferred to buyer over the property. So X does not have right on the land.
I have no answer regarding your query that how much time will court take to decide the case.
Originally Posted by harish_nigdiA piece of land was purchased by a builder from a farmer. Builder got NA and permission to build there project, land is also registered to the builder. Now another person say 'X' seems to have lodged a complaint saying he had paid the token to the farmer some 5-6 years back. X has some proof. Now X has filed a case and there is stay on land. Now how long can this stay go on. Whats the future of this project. Should we withdraw the booking or continue. Builder is confident that case will be in there favor. but how long can there cases go.
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