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Can legal transfer be disputed in court?
« on: October 30, 2016, 12:18:41 AM »
Can legal transfer be disputed in court?
X, in the capacity of power holder, legally transferred, by proper registration, a house property to Y in 2014.  X is a relative of Y but not in good terms with Y now.  X had kept a tenant (Z) for many years.
X was verbally acting on behalf of Y and collecting the rents from Z and was full in-charge of the property without any written power.
Since Z is not handing over possession of property to Y, a suit for eviction/ejectment was filed by Y.
Now Z has come up with a legal notice saying that there is an agreement to sell executed by X before 2014 for which huge advances have already been paid by Z to X and that Z was not aware of the sale deed registered in 2016 transferring the property to Y.
X and Z are hand-in-glove to grab Y's property.
Z has issued a legal notice on X and Y stating that Ys purchase is invalid and that sale deed should be effected in the name of Z.  This is a shock to Y.  How can he come out of this?  X and Z may be fabricating documents to grab the property. If suit is filed by Z on X and Y, will Z win?

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Re: Can legal transfer be disputed in court?
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2016, 11:54:00 AM »
It cannot be say so easily without verifying all documents. Several legal factors are inter linked which I must know by verifying those documents and come to conclusion who will win or lose. So, at this juncture I can say that Y is in advantage position and He should win until and unless contrary happens

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