The concept of adverse possession is based on the fact of dispossession of the owner, the gaining of legal possession by the dispossessor and negligence on the part of the owner to seek remedial action within a prescribed time. The law relating thereto has seen considerable development since the book was first published in 1940. Keeping this in mind, chapters in this present edition have been rearranged and new chapters added to give the reader a better understanding of this unique law. The author has made a special effort to provide clarity to aspects of adverse possession relating, among other things, to its commencement, continuity and conclusion, relationship between licensor and licensee and vendor and vendee and benami transactions.

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Author(s)M Krishnaswami
PublisherLexis Nexis
Publish YearJanuary 2002