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Indian Easements Act, 1882 Complete Act - Bare Act

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Act Info:
Preamble1 - INDIAN EASEMENTS ACT, 1882
Section1 - Short title, extent and commencement
Section2 - Savings
Section3 - Construction of certain references to Act XV of 1877 and Act IX of 1871
Chapter 1
Section4 - "Easement defined"
Section5 - Continuous and discontinuous, apparent and non-apparent easements
Section6 - Easement for limited time or on condition
Section7 - Easement restrictive of certain rights
Chapter 2
Section8 - Who may impose easements
Section9 - Servient owners
Section10 - Lessor and mortgagor
Section11 - Lessee
Section12 - Who may acquire easements
Section13 - Easements of necessity and quasi easements
Section14 - Direction of way of necessity
Section15 - Acquisition by prescription
Section16 - Exclusion in favour of reversioner of servient heritage
Section17 - Rights which cannot be acquired by prescription
Section18 - Customary easements
Section19 - Transfer of dominant heritage passes easement
Chapter 3
Section20 - Rules controlled by contract or title
Section21 - Bar to use unconnected with enjoyment
Section22 - Exercise of easement. Confinement of exercise of easement
Section23 - Right to alter mode of enjoyment
Section24 - Right to do acts to secure enjoyment
Section25 - Liability for expenses necessary for preservation of easements
Section26 - Liability for damage from want of repair
Section27 - Servient owner not bound to do anything
Section28 - Extent of easements
Section29 - Increase of easement
Section30 - Partition of dominant heritage
Section31 - Obstruction in case of excessive user
Chapter 4
Section32 - Right to enjoyment without disturbance
Section33 - Suit for disturbance of easement
Section34 - When cause of action arises for removal of support
Section35 - Injunction to restrain disturbance
Section36 - Abatement of obstruction of easement
Chapter 5
Section37 - Extinction by dissolution of right of servient owner
Section38 - Extinction by release
Section39 - Extinction by revocation
Section40 - Extinction on expiration of limited period or happening of dissolving condition
Section41 - Extinction on termination of necessity
Section42 - Extinction of useless easement
Section43 - Extinction by permanent change in dominant heritage
Section44 - Extinction on permanent alteration of servient heritage by superior force
Section45 - Extinction by destruction of either heritage
Section46 - Extinction by unity of ownership
Section47 - Extinction by non-enjoyment
Section48 - Extinction of accessory right
Section49 - Suspension of easement
Section50 - Servient owner not entitled to require continuance
Section51 - Revival of easement
Chapter 6
Section52 - "License defined"
Section53 - Who may grant licence
Section54 - Grant may be expressed or implied
Section55 - Accessory licences annexed by law
Section56 - License when transferable
Section57 - Grantor's duty to disclose defects
Section58 - Grantor's duty not to render property unsafe
Section59 - Grantor's transferee not bound by licence
Section60 - License when revocable
Section61 - Revocation express or implied
Section62 - License when deemed revoked
Section63 - Licensee's rights on revocation
Section64 - Licensee's rights on eviction

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