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Right to Property in India has gone through its crests and troughs. Right to Property as a Fundamental Right is the most contentious and amended right in India[1] and also the only Fundamental Right to be abolished in 1978. Unlike other rights to life and liberty which are equally applicable to all, but the protection of property rights inevitably results in entrenching unequal distribution of existing property entitlements. Due to the contentious nature of the Right to Property, it created various differences between the legislature and the judiciary. This Article informs about the molding of property rights with the development of economy in the nation an also deals with the challenges of these developments.


 

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