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Offline madhu1234

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Property Issue
« on: December 11, 2015, 07:58:53 PM »
Hello, i am a 72 year old lady.I have a house in my name.I want to give my house to my daughter.However,she have no income.Because i doubt that somebody taking advantage of my old age had obtained my signatures on stamp papers and he may use these stamp papers for getting my property transferred in his name.What should i do?

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Re: Property Issue
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2015, 11:22:35 PM »
Two things you can do.
1. A registered will in your daughters name.
2. Transfer the property in your daughters name right away. Latter one is safest
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Re: Property Issue
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2015, 01:10:25 AM »
How Can I , transfer property in my daughters name ?

1. If through  Registered sale deed : My daughter has no Income so how sale deed can be written without consideration of amount. Is there any way. I am ready to bear stamp duty of state and ready to sell it to my daughter without demanding any money. Is it possible.

2. If I write , Gift deed in her favour Because on later dates , the person who is having my signed stamp papers with him, write anything on them and said that gift was not valid  than what would be the scene ?

3 If the person who is having my signed stamp papers with him, write anything on them and then present the same to the court after my death, then whether the "Will" would serve the purpose.

I have only one daughter in reference and she is the single child. One of my tenant had got my signature on stamp papers by keeping me in faith.

Please guide.

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Re: Property Issue
« Reply #3 on: December 12, 2015, 02:07:55 AM »
You have simple query and how it is complicating slowly by above discussion, I can see.

First if you had given your signature in past then, it was mistake on your part. Now you must lodge a simple general diary to near police station about misplacing of stamp paper bearing your signature very today.

 For securing your property, you can transfer your property to your daughter vide Deed of Gift where mere 1.6% stamp duty and registration fee will be required to be paid on the total valuation of your property. After transferring the same your property will be secure.

What I said, this is the best advice
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