Introduction:- Chapter VI of the Indian partnership act 1932, discussed the dissolution of a firm deals with section (39 to
Category: Transfer of Property Act
Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act (1882) codifies the lis pendens doctrine. The term “Lis” implies active litigation, whereas the term “Pendens” indicates delayed litigation, whereas the complete phrase “lis pendens” refers to an ongoing legal proceeding.
The Transfer of Property Act Section 35, together with the Indian Succession Act Sections 180 to 190, lays down the doctrine of election.