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Madras HC Recommends Constitution of Quasi-Judicial Appellate Tribunal - (02 Nov 2021)


Madras High Court has observed that fraudulent registration of sale deeds in the State have only reduced and not stopped completely and has recommended the constitution of a quasi-judicial appellate tribunal headed by a retired High Court judge and comprising two members one from the Registration Department and another from the Revenue Department which would have the final say in such matters concerning the cancellation of registered documents.


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