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Hello.I am new to this forum. My father owns a society plot in Hyderabad and we wereinterested in selling it. My mother new an agent  who then introduced to his friend(another agent) who informed us he knew a party who are interested in purchasing the property (a plot).

As the price was ok we decided to go ahead with the deal and we met the "prospective buyer" 2 times. They had asked for copy of the docments like sale deed copy, encumberance certificate and link documents.

The first time we met the prospective buyer  (a male) and the next time this same person was there but as he was running a company he informed us another "business partner" will be purchasing it.

Ever since we had given the copies of the documents (sale deed , ec, link documents) we have not heard fromthem.



Both the agents and the so called owners are not replying and despite numerous requests we are unable to get back the documents. Even if we did et back the documents they must have already made copies of it.



I would like yhe  opinion of the experts on this forum what course to safeguard/protect the plot can I take to make sure that this party cannot cheat us.  This is a vacant society plot and is thereany legal action I should take against these people.



Kindly let me know at the earliest so I can take the necessary action. Will approaching the society and giving them a written letter by the owner (my dad) be useful?

thanks in advance.

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I am not a professional but have been looking into land, inheritance, contract, transfers etc to understand some propety issues my father is facing.

AFAIK they cannot do anything more fraudulent with the copies (not originals) than they can do without them. If not from you then they can get the same copies form the local registration office for a few rupees.

If you are concerned that your property is vulnerable for occupation, then constructing a compound wall with gate, a room inside the plot and getting a house number and an electricity connection and paying monthly electricity bills will create enough paper trail for you to strengthen both entitlement and possession. All of that will probably cost you a lakh or so.

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Dear Sir,

Please file an informatory complaint to the police that there was talk about sale of the property with xyz and during the negotiation you handed over the photo copy of the property documents. The sale negotiations failed but the prospective buyer is refusing to return the copies of the documents and you are apprehending any foul play by them. This will help you in future if any foul play done by them with respect to the property.

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Please file an informatory complaint to the police

Is an "informatory complaint" same as FIR? Otherwise can you describe how one files such a complaint?

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Informatory complaint is not at all a FIR. You just have to write the entire incident by concluding that you shall not be responsible for any illegal acts by the those persons. You can also make a paper publications against those person.
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Dear Sir,

Informatory complaint is not FIR but just an information give to the police about the incident happened during the transaction. Technically there is no criminal case for not returning the papers after failure of the sale transaction unless some illegal act is dong on the basis of the said copies of the documents which were handed over to the prospective buyers during the sale negotiations. If some thing happens in future or some illegal act done by these people who have taken the papers in such case this informatory compliant will help you that you have already informed about the incident of not returning the papers. Hence it was suggested to file an informatory complaint with the concerned police station. If agree with my ld. colleague that you may also give a paper publication of not returning the papers and they have nothing to do with the said property.

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