Section 29 The Transfer of Property Act, 1882


 Section 29 The Transfer of Property Act, 1882: 

Fulfilment of condition subsequent.—An ulterior disposition of the kind contemplated by the last preceding section cannot, take effect unless the condition is strictly fulfilled. Illustration A transfers Rs. 500 to B, to be paid to him on his attaining his majority or marrying, with a proviso that, if B dies as minor or marries without C’s consent, the Rs. 500 shall go to D. B marries when only 17 years of age, without C’s consent. The transfer to D takes effect.

Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 29 The Transfer of Property Act, 1882: 

A.P. State Financial Corpn vs Gar Re-Rolling Mills on 10 February, 1994

Bayaji Sambhu Mali @Borate(D) vs Nazir Mohammed B.Zari Thr.Poa  on 12 February, 2019

Karnataka State Financial vs N. Narasimahaiah & Ors on 13 March, 2008

Gajraj Jain vs State Of Bihar & Ors on 7 May, 2004

Asa Ram And Another vs Mst. Ram Kali And Another on 21 November, 1957

Public Trust Shri Geeta Satsang vs Nand Lal . on 25 July, 2017

Raja Ram Mahadev Paranjype And  vs Aba Maruti Mali And Others on 1 December, 1961

Gopi Kanta Sen vs Abdul Gaffur & Ors on 11 August, 1967

Vasant Ganpat Padave(D) By Lrs. vs Anant Mahadev Sawant (Dead) Thru on 14 December, 2018

New Kenilworth Hotels (P) Ltd vs Ashoka Industries Ltd on 17 October, 1994

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