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Offline mrram

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House purchase transaction : Legal aspect
« on: December 23, 2015, 06:32:03 PM »
Hello this is ram from Hyderabad..

I have checked a property which was transferred in the year 1996 and the same was signed by the real owner's  brother's wife instead of the real owner stating that the real owner was dead and on her behalf she is signing the document.  And the person made plots with huda permission and sold in 2000 and houses were built in all the plots and as on date all the surrounding areas were also filled with houses and become a complete residential area.

Now I would like to know whether the transaction in in 1996 is valid? As they have not produced any legal hire certificate from court  and it was already passed 19 years do we have to consider the transaction. As the plots were sold and houses were built and occupation was crossed 14 years almost whether there will be no problem in legal aspect.

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Re: House purchase transaction : Legal aspect
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2015, 07:21:55 AM »
I cannot assure you in this regard. You have to enquire, searching and investigate this property thoroughly. Further let me tell you that if real owner's brother's wife has no right to sell the property as she is not at all legal heir of the real owner. Please go through the Hindu Succession Act. if they are Hindu.

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