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Double registration
« on: May 26, 2016, 05:08:16 AM »
I brought a agricultural land of 2 acrs in the year 1995 through sale deed(at the time of the purchase i checked the EC and was on the name of the person) from a person and have pani(Passbook) on my name.
In Year 2002 i sold it to few people who in term made it into plot and sold.
Now in the Year 2016 i got a notice from court that the land was already registered on some other lady in the year 1994 and asked to cancel my sale deed.

What should i do now and what should i reply back to the ppl who brought the plots
Can they take a legal action against me
How should i fight with the Person who double registered the land
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Re: Double registration
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2016, 06:32:25 AM »
Dear Sir,

First file a complaint for cheating against the person who has sold your the property in the year 1995 under section 420 of IPC. this will show your bonafide that you were the buyer in good faith. As your sale deed is subsequent to the year 1994, hence you should contest the case before the court and include all the other person as parties who have purchased the property there after. Means, you sold it to someone else and he sold it further by converting into plots. Please make all the persons as party to the suit.

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Re: Double registration
« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2016, 06:58:22 PM »
You need not to worry ass you have transferred the property and you do not have any interest in respect of that sold out property. Now, headache is now on purchaser and erstwhile owner who is claiming to be owner. Anyway, you should appear in the case and submit written statements accordingly. Further you should lodge a general diary entry before local police station. Please try to collect EC and others documents on which basis you had purchased the alienated property.
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Re: Double registration
« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2016, 02:44:44 AM »
Hi
Since you bought the land in the year 1995 and also that you have the passbook in your name, you are the owner of the property.
If there was a genuine transaction in the year 1994, then the name of the other party would have been reflected in EC as well as Pahani.( in your case both of the documents do not reflect the 1994 transaction).  it is highly likely that the other document is a forged, fraudulent document.
Since the court has issued notices to you,, you should appear through your lawyer and prepare your defense. In your defense if you have the copies of 1995 EC and pahani (passbook) you can produce the same as your evidence along with your written statements and affidavits.
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Re: Double registration
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2016, 10:41:12 PM »
Thanks for your advice ....::)

However I am feared if police will harass mee.........

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Re: Double registration
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2016, 03:01:33 AM »
in your case you purchased the property in year 1995 through Registered deed and sold way the property to third parties through registered sale deed and they mutated their names in the respective records. All the facts clearly shows that you enjoyed the property since 1995 without any disturbance from any persons.

in your case if the vendors of your property had no title to the property you will be protected by Law of Limitation because you enjoying the property more than 20 years as your own property. So you need not to worry because you can two defences the one is the vendors were absolute owner and plea of adverse possession   

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Re: Double registration
« Reply #6 on: June 22, 2016, 04:10:15 AM »
As of now... through a layer i am planning to contest in the court giving all the document saying i have sold the property to other ppl and i am no were related to that Property.
But my only worry is what if any plot owner file a cheating case including my name in it.

Please let me know if i am doing it right.

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Re: Double registration
« Reply #7 on: July 24, 2016, 02:05:01 AM »
Dear Sir,

Certainly the buyers, who purchased the property from you can file a criminal case for cheating against you. In order to save from the criminal liability, please file a case for cheating agains the seller from whom you purchased the property.

Please file your reply to the suit that you have purchased the property in good faith and was not aware of any sale transaction prior to your purchase. Show your bonafide to the court.

These kind of cases normally get settled in long run.

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