(6)Inheritance under Shia Law
(7)Indian Divorce Act, 1869 : Dissolution of Marriage and custody of Children.
(8)Indian Succession Act, 1925 : Intestate Succession.
16. Specific Offences (Law of CRIMES - II)
The course shall comprise of the following with special reference to the Indian Penal Code, 1860 :
(1)Offences Affecting Human Body, viz. Culpable Homicide, Murder, Homicide by Rash and Negligent Act, Hurt and Grievous Hurt; Wrongful Restraint and Wrongful Confinement; Criminal Force; Assault; Outraging the Modesty of Woman; Kidnapping and Abduction.
(2)Offences Against Property, viz. Theft; Extortion; Robbery; Dacoity; Criminal Misappropriation; Criminal Breach of Trust; Cheating; Mischief; Criminal Trespass.
(3)Offences Against Document viz. Forgery.
(4)Offences Against State and Public Tranquility viz. Sedition; Unlawful Assembly; Rioting and Affray.
(5)Offences Against Marriage viz. Bigamy and Adultery.
Property Law Relating to Specific
Transfers and Easement
The course shall comprise of the following :
(1)Sale of Immoveable Property : Definition and Mode of Sale and Exchange (Sections 54 and 118)
(2)Mortgages : Definitions: Mortgage, Mortgagor, Mortgagee, Mortgage Money, Mortgage Deed (Section 58), Charge (Section 100).
Kinds of Mortgage (Section 58)
Mode of Formalities for Creation of Mortgage (Section 59)
Right to Redeem, Partial Redemption, Clog on Redemption, (Section 60), Marshalling and Contribution (Sections 81 and 82), Subrogation (Sections 91 and 92).
(3)Leases of Immoveable Property :
Definition of Lease (Section 105) and Licence,
Leases How Made (Section 107)
Determination of Lease (Section 111)
Effect of Holding Over (Section 116).
Definition of Gift (Section 122)
Transfer how Effected (Section 123)
Onerous Gift (Section 127)
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