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Property law
« on: November 18, 2016, 01:00:54 AM »
My mother has purchased a land of 1728sqft in 1990 & she has the Registered deed of purchase & mutation in her name. After that she built a tin house & lived there, then after 1year my mother's brother came to her along with his family to stay in the above purchased land as they had no house were staying in rented house. So my mother allowed them to live as she had another house. Now she fell into an money problem she had no other option rather then to sell this plot of land. But when she went to sell that land her brother said that he purchased the land & its his land, moreover he told that if someone possess the land for 12years it belongs to them despite the registered deed & mutation is in my mothers name. So what should I do to get my mothers land back???

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Re: Property law
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2016, 07:29:49 AM »
It is very sad own brother is trying to cheat a good sister.

In your case i assume the brother is not paying rent hence he is not a tenant.

Right now the property is in your mother's name and her brother is illegally staying, This can be construed as TRESPASSING.

You mother can lodge a police complaint or directly forcibly oust, the trespasser
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« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2016, 10:13:45 AM »
She can lodge a complaint before police station then file a suit for eviction of licensee and khas possession but as she is in financial crisis then it is better to sell out the land to third party as far as possible in higher value. The purchaser will take care of her brother in his own way.
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