97. In case of customary rights, easements are……………..rights annexed to the place in general.
(D) None of the above
98. The word ‘easement’ is defined in section………….of the Indian Easements Act, 1882
(A) Section 2
(B) Section 3
(C) Section 4
(D) Section 5
Q.11. Answer the following:
(a) What do you understand by the term “easement” under the Indian Easement Act,1882?
(b) Whether the following shall be an easement:
(i) ‘A’ dedicates to the public the right to occupy the surface of certain land for the purpose of passing and re-passing.
(ii) ‘A’ as the owner of certain house, has the right to go on his neighbour’s land, and to take water for the purposes of his household out of an underground water spring therein.Upload your answer
4(C) ‘X’ as owner of a dominant heritage, has a right of way over ‘Y’s land. ‘Z’ without any authority of law enters on ‘Y’s land and obstructs ‘X’ in his right of way. ’X’ sure ‘Z’ for compensation against obstruction and also to ensure his right for the entry. Draw and other determining rights of the plaintiff in accordance with provisions of Easements Act, 1882.
18. Ram, the owner of an agricultural field, grants a licence to Ramesh, to use a path across it. Ram with intent to revoke the licence locks a gate across the path. The licence is:
D. None of the above
Q.12. Answer the following:
(a) Write a detailed note with all relevant illustrations relating to the provisions for extinction of easement by unity of ownership.
(b) Discuss the provisions relating to extinction of easement by non-enjoyment.Upload your answer
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4. (b) ‘A’, a Muslim woman, orally authorised ‘B’, her husband, to go to . her lawyer to instruct him to give a notice to terminate the tenancy of her tenant though the plaint for ejectment of the tenant was later verified by her in the chamber of her lawyer. Is the notice valid ? Give reasons. 10
19. A licence is deemed to be revoked:
A. When, from a cause preceding the grant of it, the grantor ceases to have any interest in the property affected by the licence
B. When, the licensee releases it, expressly or impliedly, to the grantor or his representative
C. Where, it has been granted for a limited period, or acquired or condition that it shall become void on the performance or non-performance of a specific act, and the period expires, or the condition is fulfilled.
D. All of the above