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Concept of Titles and Its Relevance in Present Legal System

Author(s) Kanika Singh Solanki
Country India
Abstract The title is a crucial aspect of the Indian criminal system, serving as a foundation for property possession and rights. It is a piece of criminal evidence or documentation that establishes ownership or interest in assets, property, or rights. In the current criminal framework, the title has significant implications for civil law, asset transactions, and financial activities. One of the primary functions of a title is to provide clear proof of ownership, conferring legal recognition, and protection of property rights. It serves as a tangible manifestation of possession, allowing people or entities to assert their claims over specific properties. Title
documentation serves as an essential instrument for establishing and validating ownership, facilitating transactional transactions, and resolving disputes regarding property rights. In the Indian legal context, property titles are essential for facilitating economic growth, attracting investments, and promoting development projects. Investors, developers, and financial institutions rely on the integrity and validity of property titles to assess risks, allocate resources, and execute transactions. A clear and consistent system of name registration and
transfer complements market performance, promotes investor confidence, and stimulates monetary interest. However, the concept of name in the Indian criminal system faces challenges such as disputes over a name, obstacles, fraudulent practices, and faulty documentation. These issues can lead to prolonged legal battles, financial losses, and uncertainties for the stakeholders involved. Therefore, there is an urgent need for comprehensive criminal
frameworks, effective enforcement mechanisms, and dispute decision mechanisms to uphold the integrity of property titles. The Indian legal system has enacted several laws and policies to ensure the integrity and validity of property titles, such as the Transfer of Property Act, of 1882, and the Registration Act, of 1908. These guidelines prescribe methods for the transfer,
registration, and enforcement of property titles, promoting the defense of ownership rights and stopping fraudulent practices.
Keywords Keywords: Foundation, Documentation, Transactions, Fraudulent, Integrity
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-23
Cite This Concept of Titles and Its Relevance in Present Legal System - Kanika Singh Solanki - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15391
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