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Legal service India => Property laws => Topic started by: nuppala on October 07, 2013, 12:42:17 AM

Title: Registration of open plot after court verdict
Post by: nuppala on October 07, 2013, 12:42:17 AM
Our ancestors propery is with our father name in the revenue records. The land was coming to us from our ancestors. Originall the land was divided by our grand fathers and we got 18 guntas part our share and the rest went to our grand fathers brother's family.
The land which was in posession of my grand father's borother was in the name of his wife. They sold all of their land to others and buildings were also constured on that land. This happened before Pattedar Passbook was introduced. Hence they just sold their land and they did not correct the revenue records (like pahani) afte they sold their land. So they got the pattedar passbook as per their record in revenue office eventhough they already sold all land with their name.
Our open land was situated beside the land sold by them.
In 2003 they filed a case against us claiming that they will get another 2 guntas of land from our possion. We faught in the court by submitting all the evidences such as the property sale regitsrations they did to sell their land. The divisional subcourt has given judgement in 2009 in our favour by dismissing their claim.
Even after this judgement, they sold 400 Sq.Yards of open land which was in our posseion using their pahani record in revenue office which was yet to removed from their name.

Please suggest me if that registraion is legal. Can we send a notice to both buyer and sender of the land? or shall we directly posses the land and construct compound wall.
Title: Re: Registration of open plot after court verdict
Post by: Advocate-ashoksen on October 08, 2013, 03:40:04 AM
file an application in court against this illegal selling of land, and revoke the sale
Title: Re: Registration of open plot after court verdict
Post by: nuppala on October 09, 2013, 12:39:45 AM
Thanks ashoksen for reply!

I would like to know if it is possible for registrar to revoke a sale deed as per law. 

Many thanks!