. The lamenting temple. The defendant municipality had previously received 99 years of lease of the temple and the same was terminated on 10.03.1967. In addition to the fact that the land was leased to the municipality for 99 years, it is refused. Even assuming that the legal land was leased by the plaintiff temple, the lease in question. The court paid tribute to the evidence and stated that the complainant had not proved the ownership (or) the 99-year lease to the municipality and dismissed the complaint.7. On appeal, the first. . Burn, S.M:- The plaintiff filed a complaint for eviction, the defendant as a tenant of non-occupancy. She had executed a waqf of the disputed property in favor of her son, who entered into a 99-year lease in favor of the defense lawyer.
whether or not a Mutawalli could grant a 99-year lease would have to be decided by the civil court. Following the defendant`s appeal, the First Court of Appeal considered the applicant`s title and decided that he was a tenant only under a 99-year lease granted by the defendant. Even in the case of land purchase, there is no need to renew or extend the sale period and the land owner is also not required to pay an annual lease premium for the land or land. The owner may also sell the land without the seller`s permission. He has absolute property rights to land, Gujarat AAR said. A “property” and “heritage property” are some common real estate jargons we encountered. In the first case, the urban development authorities sell the land to developers by auction. Real estate built on such land is indefinitely “free from ownership” of any other entity other than the owner. On the other hand, leased land is land for which developers acquire land development rights by lease for a period of between 30 and 99 years from the date of construction.
. . .