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Judgments on Ta Khubzul Badlain

Thursday, September 08, 2011
Ta Khubzul Badlain

Ta Khubzul Badlain — Held, ‘ta khubzul badlain’ (that is, title to the property passing to the purchaser only when there is “exchange of equivalents”)  is a practice prevalent in Bihar — A per this practice, even though the duly executed and registered sale deed may recite that the sale consideration has been paid, title has been transferred and possession has been delivered to the purchaser, the actual transfer of title and delivery of possession is postponed from the time of execution of the sale deed to the time of exchange of the registration receipt for the consideration, that is ta khubzul badlain.

Ta Khubzul Badlain

Ta Khubzul Badlain — The practice of ‘ta khubzul badlain’ in Bihar recognizes that a duly executed sale deed will not operate as a transfer in preasenti but postpones the actual transfer of title, from the time of execution and registration of the deed, to the time of exchange of equivalents that is registration receipt and the sale consideration, if the intention of the parties was that title would pass only on payment of entire sale consideration — As a result, until and unless the duly executed and registered sale deed comes to the possession of the purchaser, or until the right to receive the original sale deed is secured by the purchaser by obtaining the registration receipt, the deed of sale merely remains an agreement to be performed and will not be a completed sale.

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