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Author Topic: Gave power of Attorney by trust, and now it's giving me sleepless nights.  (Read 304 times)

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Offline Andy_kristine

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Dear all,
          when I was a baby, my mom bought a home (Worth 50L ), but she didn't register it on her name. Instead she gave power of attorney to her younger brother who was unmarried at that time and was very trustworthy as they were good siblings. Now I am 21 years old and her brother had changed a tad lot. He is now refusing to register the property in my name. The deal was, my mom would give power of attorney to his brother and when I become an adult he will register it back on my name. (My father left us when I was baby, hence not knowing on whom's name to register the property, my mom made this terrible mistake! )

        He is now demanding money to register the property on my name. The thing is, He is always doubling the "bribei-sh/ransom-ish" amount. When we agree to give 2 lakhs he wants 4 and when we agree on 4 he demands 8! This problem is going on for almost a decade now, this is the biggest problem in my whole life! Ultimately he wants half of the property for no reason. He had put zero effort for buying this property, All of the money was from what my dad left to me and mom.  My question is, is there any way that I can get the property registered on my name without his need? Can experts here shed some light on this please?

P.S:  I'm a complete noob when it comes to legal issues, so if I used any inappropriate terminologies in my post here, then please excuse me.

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You have explained a situation where you have to rectify your mother's blunder. Then you have to collect evidences then you can file a case against him. No advice can be given in open forum. If you need further consultation in details you can contact me.
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