Section 53 of Transfer of Property Act. Every owner of property has right to transfer his property as he likes.
But the transfer must be made with a bonafide intention. Where the transfer is made with fraudulent intention, it means with the intention of defeating the interest of creditor or interest of any subsequent transferee. Where the transfer is made with fraudulent intention, the object of the transfer would be bad in the eyes of equity and justice; though it is valid in law.
The right of foreclosure is available to mortgagee under section 67 of Transfer of Property Act to recover his money due on mortgagor.
This right can be exercised only when-
The debt amount has become due for payment.
There should be no other contract contrary to the mortgage deed, else the terms and conditions of contract will suffice.
Where mortgagor has not got a degree of redemption under section 60.
Section 60-A: A mortgagor is entitled for redemption after paying debt to mortgagee.
A is a mortgagor. He has taken amount of Rs. 50,000 from B and as a security he has mortgaged his immovable property (house) to B. Now if A has to transfer the concerned property to C, then he may direct B to transfer the property directly to C instead of transferring it to A.