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A condition restraining alienation of property is void. In the like manner, a condition restraining enjoyment of a transferred property is also void. This law is embodied in Section 11 of the Transfer of Property Act. As per this section a condition restraining enjoyment
of property which has been transferred absolutely is void and the transferee is free to enjoy and dispose of the income of the property in any manner he likes. The transferor cannot say that the property should only be used in a certain way insisted by him.
The Exception
If the transferor is owning another part of immovable property also he can impose certain restrictions or conditions to the transferee for the benefit of that property. The use of the transferred property should not cause hindrance to the enjoyment of that particular property owned by the transferor.

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