CLE Law Conclave 1.7- Real Estate Laws & Cases

CLE Law Conclave 1.7

Real Estate Laws & Cases


Date : 15th December 2020

Time : 11:00 pm – 2 :00 pm

Venure : Online Conference

Mode : Zoom App

Fee : Free for all participants

Audience : Students , Faculty, Professionals , Lawyers and Administrators

Organizer : Centre for Legal Excellence


Agenda :

To emphasise and have discussions on the issues  and Challenges in Real Estate  Laws by bringing together researchers, students, academicians, law firms  and independent practitioners  on the common platform .

Conference :

“CLE Law Conclave 1.7- Real Estate Laws & Cases “  intends exchange of knowledge amongst the researchers, students, academicians, law firms  and independent practitioners  regarding Issues and Challenges in Real Estate  Laws through  interactive web- sessions.
CLE Law Conclave 1.7 will not only offer you to exchange knowledge and research experience,  but it also strives to offer plenty of networking opportunities further giving you a platform to interact with the leading researchers, academicians, law firms  and independent practitioners  including industry professionals in the field of Real Estate  Laws.

It allows envoys to have issues addressed on Real Estate  Laws by commendable experts who are prevalent with the latest issues in Real Estate   Laws and present their opinions through various sessions.

Conference  Sessions :

Real Estate laws are designed to determine who owns land and the buildings on it, who has a right to possess and use land or buildings, the sale and purchase of real property, landlord and tenant issues, the development of real property, and compliance with local, state, or national regulations affecting the use of real property. An attorney practising real estate law may focus on contractual issues by drafting and reviewing contracts; some real estate attorneys may be more focussed on litigation issues, such as determining the ownership of land in court, challenging or enforcing easements, seeking to allow the specific development of property or trying to prevent or alter a planned development of real property. In addition, an attorney practising real estate law may focus on a specific type of real estate law or a related area of law, such as oil and gas or natural resources law.

This Conference invites research scholars, Practitioners, Professors and delegates who are interested in research work to have an eye view on perspectives related to issues and challenges pertaining to Real Estate Laws and to present their opinions on the given platform.

 Conference Theme

  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Indian Easements Act
  • the Registration Act
  • Slum Areas (Improvement and Clearance) Act
  • Environment (Protection) Act 1986
  • Forest (Conservation) Act of 1980
  • Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act of 2013
  • Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act
  • Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act
  • Indian Stamp Act 1899
  • Special Economic Zones Act of 2005
  • Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act 1923


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