November 21, 2018, 10:36 am

N I Act

Register to exercise and perform all the powers and duties

 Section-7

9  BLC  624  Abdul Kader Chokder and others Vs. ADC,(Revenue) and others (Civil)- The provesion of Notification no.120.Mise dated 28-06-1923 of the Government of Bengal issued under section 7(2) of the Registration Act,1908 amalgamating all sub-Register in charge Sadar Office with the office of the registrar and authorizing such sb- Register to exercise and perform all the powers and duties to the registerer including the powers under section 30 of the Registration Act to receive and register document regard to the location of the property except the powers under sections 68 and 72 of the registration Act and that virtue of the said Notification the Sadar sub-register,Dhaka has authority and jurisdiction to receive and register the plaintiff petitioners documents of purchase  of the suit land.

    Section – 17

14  MLR  (HCD)  (2009)  69 Pabitra Ronjon Roy Vs.Proshanto Talukder and ors.- Doccuments in respect of immovable property required to be rgistered if not so resisterd,shall not be operative creating any title in fevour of the transferee –

The settele principle of law is that plaintiff must prove his own case.he can not rely on the weakness of the defence.The mandatory requirement of law is that a deed of sale of immovale property of value of Taka 100 or avobe must be registered as envisaged under section 54 of the transfer of property Act read with section 17(1)(b) and 49(a) of the registration Act.In order to comlete the transaction the transfer must be follwed by delivery of possession,physical or constructive,otherwisw the doccument shall remain a paper transaction without any legal effect.In case of monthly tenant the vendor must give notice to the tenent in possession of the transfer and induction of the transferee as the landlord with direction to pay him the rent

    Section – 17

53  DLR  493  Inindra Bhusan Ghose Vs. Bangladesh Government – The alleged re-conveyance is hit by section 17(b) of registration Act because the re-conveyance could be made ligally only by a registered doccument.

     Section – 17

 49  DLR 319  Zafor Ali (Md) Vs. Md momtai Hasan and others – A deed of agreement  through not registered is admissible in law.

     Section – 17

49  DLR 319  Zafor Ali (Md) Vs. Md momtai Hasan and others – A deed of agreement  through not registered is admissible in law

    Section – 17

 49  DLR 226  Tara Mohon Barman Vs. Ananda Mohon Barmon  and others – Unless there is rgistered doccumnent  share of a co-sharer of immovable property cannot be extiguished.Even a Nadabipatra does not create any title in favour of the person to whom it is made.

    Section – 17

 49  DLR 226  Tara Mohon Barman Vs. Ananda Mohon Barmon  and others – Unless there is rgistered doccumnent  share of a co-sharer of immovable property cannot be extiguished.Even a Nadabipatra does not create any title in favour of the person to whom it is made.

     Section -17

45  DLR  89  Adamjee Sons ltd. Vs. Jibon Bima Corporation – Award- Registration- Where  an award does not create,declare,assign,limit or extinguish any right,title and interest in immovable property the award is not compulsorily registrable.

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