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Report No. 31

10. Importance of accurate description.-

It is, therefore, necessary that description of the property should be as accurate as possible. As to the importance of accurate description, a reference to the under mentioned case1 would be enough where the following observations occur:-

1. Saiyed Mahmud v. Mohammad Zahiar, 1909 ILR 31 All 523 (526).

"The object of registering a document is to give notice to the world that such a document has been executed and is in force. Persons who may seek to acquire any property covered by such an instrument are entitled to have the instrument so clearly worded that they can, while searching the register, come upon the deed quickly and have no doubt as to its contents. The object of the statute would be to a great extent nullified and innocent persons exposed to great hardship and loss if they (the words of the section) could be treated as purely directory."

Section 30(2) of the Indian Registration Act, 1908 - Extension to Delhi Back

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