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Some important provisions of the Transper of Property Act, 1882   <<CLICK HERE TO READ ARTICLE

[In this article some of the important provisions of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 which are part of the syllabi for Departmental Examination for Inspector of Income Tax and Income Tax Officer are discussed. As the syllabi containing the provisions of the Act is about 9000 words, to achieve simplicity some finer aspects are removed to give a firsthand account of the provisions of the Act which are important part of the said syllabi. In case of any doubt please refer to the Act]

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