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Ownership of land
« on: August 15, 2016, 09:42:24 PM »
The fact of the case are as follows:
1. This matter pertains to my property located in Ghaziabad (UP).
2. In 1993-94 my father was looking for a plot of land in Ghaziabad and happen to meet Mr.Yadav who was allotted a plot by GDA (Ghaziabad Development Authority).
3. My father paid Rs. 5000 as advance payment and a conveyance deed (bainama) was made and signed by Mr.Yadav and My father. In the conveyance deed Mr.Yadav stated to have received Rs. 5000 and agreed to give possessions of plot after receiving another Rs.70,000. The conveyance deed was registered in the office of Sub-registrar.
4. Next week my father paid Rs.70,000 and Mr.Yadav made a general power of attorney in the name of my mother. The general power of attorney gave all the powers to manage the land including sale of plot in future. Subsequently a  sale deed was also registered at the office of sub-registrar, GDA between my mother (PoA holder) and GDA ( and not Mr.Yadav). The stamp duty and free hold fee was paid by my father to GDA. My mother purchased the land from GDA as power of attorney holder of Mr.Yadav.
5. My father built a house on the plot in 1996 and our family started living. I and my brother are still living and occupying this house with our families. In 2004 my mother died and later my father also died in 2010.
6. We are living in the same house and paying property tax, water tax every year to GDA. There is no dispute between us.  For 20 years we are living on this land and house build by my father.
I want to know how we can become owner of this plot or sell this land (property).

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Re: Ownership of land
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2016, 06:22:57 AM »
First of all you have to do mutation of property, to get the property name transferred to both you and your brothers name.

go to the registrars office and get this mutation done.

now before you get the mutation done you have to get the legal Heir certificate done too.

for all this you may not be able to do it yourself.

when you visit the property registars office that is the SDM's office in some places you will see lawyers around there look out for someone reliable and get it done through them.
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