Construction of certain references to Act XV of and Act IX of CHAPTER I. OF EASEMENTS GENERALLY. 4. “Easement” defined. Dominant and. THE INDIAN EASEMENTS ACT in India Bare Acts, Banking and Insurance, Business and Corporate, Constitutional, Consumer Laws, Criminal Law. The Indian Easements Act, B. 7 th. Semester. Introduction. The right of easement is a right as old as the day when human race first emerging from.
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List Judgments citing this Act. Section1 – Short title, extent and commencement.
Section5 – Continuous and discontinuous, apparent and non-apparent easements. Section6 – Easement for limited barw or on condition. Section7 – Easement restrictive of certain rights. Section13 – Easements of necessity and quasi easements. Section16 – Exclusion in favour of reversioner of servient heritage. Section17 – Rights which cannot be acquired by prescription. Section19 – Transfer of dominant heritage passes easement. Section20 – Rules controlled by contract or title.
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Section21 – Bar to use unconnected with enjoyment. Section22 – Exercise of easement. Confinement of exercise of easement. Section24 – Right to do acts to secure enjoyment.
Section25 – Liability for expenses necessary for preservation of easements. Section26 – Liability for damage from want of repair.
Section27 – Servient owner not bound to do anything. Section31 – Obstruction in case of excessive user. Section32 – Right to enjoyment without disturbance.
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Section34 – When cause of action arises for removal of support. Section35 – Injunction to restrain disturbance. Section36 – Abatement of obstruction of easement. Section37 – Extinction by dissolution of right of servient aft.
The Indian Easements Act,
Section40 – Extinction on expiration acy limited period or happening of dissolving condition. Section41 – Extinction on termination of necessity. Section43 – Extinction by permanent change in dominant heritage. Section44 – Extinction on permanent alteration of servient heritage by superior force. Section45 – Extinction by destruction of either heritage.
Section50 – Servient owner not entitled to require continuance. Section57 – Grantor’s duty to disclose defects. Section58 – Grantor’s duty not to render property unsafe. Section59 – Grantor’s transferee acr bound by licence.