The Registration Act 1864 was the first enactment to provide for registration in India. This law was enforced with effect from 1.1.1865. it was followed by Registration Act of 1865, 1866, 1871 and 1877. Prior to the Registration Act 1864, the local rules and regulations in different parts of India provided for registration of documents.
Benefits of doing this Online Course from IALM:
This course on registration of documents is extremely useful in carrying out due diligence of land titles. An effective due diligence is an important step in avoiding future litigation and enhanced productivity. A prospective home owner can know whose property is being bought. Corporates can acquire land free of title issues when they are setting up green field projects or engaged in mergers and acquisitions. Process of transfer and transmission of properties can be understood with the help of this law. A reference to this law is also essential in deciding about the admissibility of a document in evidence. The course will therefore be useful to legal executives working in Corporates (public sector as well as private sector) in providing effective inhouse legal support; Lawyers engaged in litigation; Retired legal executives engaged as advisors and consultants; and advocates providing expert help at registration offices. Last but not the least, those just out of law colleges may also be in need of deeper knowledge of this subject for their future engagements and competitive exams.
|Registration of documents||6 Hrs|
|Procedure for registration & powers of the registering||8 Hrs|
|Operation of registered documents & consequence of non||7 Hrs|