A person may acquire immovable property in any of the following ways: By inheritance of ancestral property. Through will. Acquisition by oneself such as purchase etc. Through gift, trust, settlement deeds. Grant, sanad / Inam by the Government. Through partition deed. Through decree of Court.
There are two ways of acquisition: By act of parties. Example: Purchase, gift etc. By operation of law Example: Inheritance, decree of Court etc. (for details please see Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (Central Act)).
Intellectual property, very broadly, means the legal rights, which result from intellectualactivity in the industrial, scientific, literary and artistic fields.
Intellectual property includes rights relating to performances of performing artists, phonograms, and broadcasts, inventions in all fields of human endeavor, scientific discoveries, industrial designs and integrated circuits, patents, trademarks, service marks, and commercial names and designations, geographicalindications,protection against unfair competition and all other rights resulting from intellectual activity in the above fields.