There are 2 types of partitions, contested and uncontested. In the case of contested partition, the co-owners of the property are not in consensus for partition and wish to contest for the same. On the other hand, in the case of uncontested partition, all the co-owners of the property mutually agree for partition.
Yes, the value of partitioned and unpartitioned land varies as partition land fetches a better price at the time of sale.
The ownership rights of all the owners are equal in the case of joint property. The shares in the property are partitioned through a department or court of law, as the case may be.
A suit instituted for the purpose of getting the joint property divided into separate portions according to the rights and share of co-owners is referred to as a partition suit.
Partition of the land refers to the division of individual shares in joint property. In other words, through a partition, the joint property is divided into separate portions on the basis of the share of co-owners.