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SC: Findings Pertaining to Title in Partition Suit Can’t Bind Third Parties - (19 Jun 2023)

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Supreme Court while upholding title of successors of Ryot Cultivators over the ‘Paigah lands’ in Hydernagar, Telangana has held that any finding relating to title to a property, recorded in a simple suit for partition, cannot be binding on third parties.

Tags : SUPREME COURT   TITLE   PARTITION   FINDINGS   THIRD PARTIES  

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