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Property and land disputes take up the largest proportion of cases in Indian courts. A significant number of such disputes are within families, with siblings and cousins fighting with each other. This creates an unnecessary drain on the economy and on productivity. In this book we discuss the psychology of property disputes within the family and also look at some historical property disputes in India, starting from the ancient and medieval ages.
In this book we briefly discuss the history of property disputes in India within the family. We also briefly cover the psychology of property disputes within siblings. We also discuss the laws related to property transfers and legal strategies one may take if they are caught in a property case.
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