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Offline Rao

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Lapsed Power of Attorney
« on: September 26, 2016, 10:42:17 PM »
Hi,
   I thank this forum for joining me into it.  I am posting this to know certain facts before approaching a lawyer. In the year 1997 my Uncle and his wife wrote a letter asking me to sell their land in chennai. I had made arrangements for the sale and took Power of Attorney from my Uncle who owned it. He also gave a letter for full and final payment against the power given. Based on the power I had started selling the land in small parts . Almost 80% of plots were sold, then a tragedy struck where my Uncle  died in a road accident in the year 2000. There after to sell remaining plots I had approached my uncĺe's wife and she was in deep griefliving with two minor children aged 11 and 9. She told me then she is upset and cannot come to register properties in Chennai as she was residing in AP and finish registering and had given a letter towards that.  Therefore with the existing defunct power I proceeded to register remaining plots.  Now this year her son has started claiming on the land sold after his father's death. He says he will file criminal charges on me. With the existing papers I hold kindly advice me on this.
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Re: Lapsed Power of Attorney
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2016, 03:09:05 AM »
Dear Sir,

You stated that you have the letter from the wife authorising you to sell the property. I hope that may solve your future trouble. This is the only defence left in your favour. I hope you were not registering the property on the basis of the power of attorney of your uncle after his death.

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