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    Q. What do you understand of right of pre- emption? who are the class of persons entitled to exercise such rights in performance to others. (2006)
    1. Introduction:

    The rights of pre- emption is a right which the owner of an immoveable property possesses to acquire by purchase another immoveable property which has been sold to another under the Punjab pre- emption act every person has not right of pre- mption. it is available to only those person who are mentioned in this act.
    2. Relevant provisions:
    Section 6 Punjab Pre- emption act.
    3. Persons entitled to claim pre- emption;
    Following are three classes of person who are entitled to claim pre- emption.
    (i) Shafi Sharik.
    (ii) Shafi Khalit.
    (iii) Shafi Jar.
    I. Shafi Sharik:
    Shafi Sharik means a person who is a co- owner in the corpus of the undivided moveable property shafi sharik is pre- emptor by way right of coparcenary.
    II. Shafi Khalit:
    Shafi Khalit means a participator in a special rights attached to immoveable property sold such as right of passage, right of passage of water or right of irrigation.
    (a) Conditions:
    Shafi Khalit can claim the right of pre- emption on the fulfillment of the following conditions.
    (i) There should be no Shafi Sharik.
    (ii) If Shafi Sharik has waived his right.
    III. Shafi jar:
    Shafi Jar means a person who has a right of pre- emption because of owing an immoveable property adjacent t the immoveable property.
    When Shafi Jar can claim right of pre- emption:
    Shafi Jar can claim right of pre- emption in the following circumstances.
    (i) Where there are no Shafi Sharik Ahafi Khalit.
    (ii) If they are present, they waived their right.
    4. Demand of pre- Emption:
    There are certain requirement or conditions which are to be performed by the pre- emptor to enable him to claim the right of pre- emption. no person is entitled to claim unless such person makes demands of pre- emption.
    5. Death of pre- emptor:
    In case of death of pre- emptor after he had made any of the demands, right of pre- emption would stand transferred to his heir.
    6. Conclusion:
    To conclude I can say that under Punjab pre- emption act, Shafi, Shari, Shafi Khalit and Shafi Jar can claim the right of pre- emption. all these three persons are different kinds of pre- emptor.

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