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Grand Childrens Rights
« on: June 25, 2015, 10:30:28 AM »
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We are going to buy the Property in Bangalore.Since the Registered Owner got expired, using the Death Certificate the legal Heirs (Daughters) got transfer the property in their Names and now the tax receipts,Khatha Certificates,EB bill,Water Bill all are in Legal heirs Name.
Now if we are going for sale agreement  , whether the grand-children must come and sign the sale agreement or the legal heirs are Enough to sign the sale agreement.
Since it is a grand-mother property in future there is a chance for the grand-children to claim the property rights
Kindly suggest  me to avoid grandchildren claim in future.

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Re: Grand Childrens Rights
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2015, 07:38:50 PM »
In whose  name is the property now registered in, if it is the daughters than only the daughters will sign.

once the property is sold to an outsider there is no question of legal heirs etc
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Re: Grand Childrens Rights
« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2015, 06:16:41 AM »
It becomes an ancestral property so even grandchildren have right in the property. I am assuming that the grandchildren are minors and so they cant sign. But their guardian, usually parents, has to sign on their behalf. So twice they sign, one on their behalf and second time oh behalf of their sons or daughters. You have to incorporate clauses to that effect.

 

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