Statement of Objects and Reasons of Amending Act 18 of 2018.-The Specific Relief Act, 1963 was enacted to define and amend the law on certain types of specific landfills. It contains, among other things, provisions relating to the specific performance of contracts, contracts that are not expressly applicable, parties who can obtain a certain benefit and against which a certain benefit can be obtained, etc. It also gives the courts a wide margin of discretion in prescribing a defined benefit and denying an injunction, etc. Because of a wide margin of appreciation, courts generally award damages in most cases and exceptionally provide a certain benefit. The statute of limitations for a special benefit use is three years from the date set for the benefit or if no date is set, if the applicant has noticed that the benefit is denied. (a) possession or division and separate ownership of the property, in addition to this benefit; Or, despite the above amendments, the courts continue to review the following well-established criteria and principles, while granting or denying a defined benefit. One of the situations that arise for the courts in the event of a special execution of an agreement to sell a property is the increase in the price of the property during the litigation. However, the courts have indicated that the exemption from the specific benefit cannot be denied solely because of the phenomenal increase in prices during the rationalization of litigation. In such cases, the principle of equalization of actions is again applied by the courts and, before the court grants or refuses the exemption from the particular benefit, the court is required to assess other decisive aspects, such as the issue. B to know who the defaulter is, if one party attempts to provide an unfair advantage over the other, the hardness that may result from the management of a defined benefit.
, the unfair advantage that the buyer can obtain over the seller when a special benefit exemption is granted, etc. Section 10 of the Act, as amended at this time, emphasizes that a particular benefit can normally only be granted and denied in circumstances such as they are exposed to sections 11, 14 and 16 of the Act. (c) who is unable to prove that he has met the essential conditions he has to perform or that he has always been willing to comply with other conditions whose execution has been prevented or quashed. The order of the specific benefit is generally not granted if one of the following points applies: “14. Although with the amendment to the Specific Relief Act, 1963 by Law 18 of 2018, the phrase “who cannot prove and prove” is replaced by the phrase “who cannot prove” and the phrase “aver” is replaced by the phrase “must prove”, the position on all material aspects remains the same as the specific performance of a contract cannot be imposed for the benefit of the person who does not prove that he has always been willing and willing to execute the conditions conditions that have been prevented or cancelled by the other party. The Specific Benefit Act, as enacted in the Special Discharge Act 1963 (“Law”), is an extremely important facet of civil law.