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Tagore Law Lectures 1899. The Law Relating to Easements in British India

1922

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II of the Indian Easements Act and on the supposed intention of the Legislature in the one case to adopt a view rejected in Cells' case and in the other to attempt to reconcile the conflicting opinions of English judges («s these provisions cud the case in question referred to and discussed on pp. [...] The Appendices have been revised by the insertion of Appendix IV as above mentioned the deletion of Indian Limitation Act XIV of 1859 (which formerly appeared as Appendix II) and the substitution in Appendix IX of section 147 of Criminal Procedure Code Act V of 1898 for the corrsponding section of the Code of 1882 in amended form. [...] 179 on the extent of the prescriptive right to light has thrown into opposit's camps the general law of India and the sp6Mal statutory law of the Indian Easements Act and has neeff _Rated a revision of and additions to those parts of Chapters III VIII IX and XI which deal with ancient lights. [...] The English and Indian Case Law has been brought down to the -ad of 1903 but owing to the protracted though unavoiddole delay in going through the press the only means of including the more recent cases has been in the form of Addenda and an Appendix containing a summary of the more important English rulings."( xii ) In this connection and in reference to pages 80 81 85 to 87 of the text [...] 9. The subject of Easements in British India has been dealt with from a practical as well as an academical point Of view and frequent and sometimes lengthy quotations -have been made from English and Indian authorities in the hope of making the work not only of interest and value to students of law but also of utility to the higher branches of the legal profession and tpractitioners in the l

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Preface i-lv Frederick Peacock

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Chapter I. 1-54 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter II. Characteristic Features of Easements 55-65 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter III. Particular Easements 66-188 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter IV. 189-254 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter V. 255-307 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter VI. 308-407 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter VII. Acquisition of Easements—(Continuied) 408-469 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter VIII. 470-527 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter IX. Extinction of Easements 528-586 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter X. Extinction of Easements(Continued) Suspension and Revival of Easements 587-593 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter XI. Disturbance of Easements and the Legal Remedies Therefor 594-651 Frederick Peacock

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Chapter XII. Licenses 652-682 Frederick Peacock

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Appendises 683-736 Frederick Peacock

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Index 737-790 Frederick Peacock

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Backmatter i-ii Frederick Peacock

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law

Pages
847
SARF Document ID
sarf.145316

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