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Title: Advocate Sarmaroy from Hyderabad expert in Real estate law
Post by: advsarmaroy on September 02, 2013, 11:08:02 PM
I am Advocate Sarmaroy from Hyderabad, an expert in Real estate laws in India.

I am making myself available to assist all in this distinguished law forum.
Title: Re: Advocate Sarmaroy from Hyderabad expert in Real estate law
Post by: Advocate-ashoksen on September 07, 2013, 12:05:29 AM
welcome advocate sarmaroy
Join the gang of exclusive legal expert :)
Title: Re: Advocate Sarmaroy from Hyderabad expert in Real estate law
Post by: advamrita on September 17, 2013, 12:49:22 AM
Hi advsarmaroy,
 plz do refer me for matters in sc

Title: Re: Advocate Sarmaroy from Hyderabad expert in Real estate law
Post by: naganathan on February 26, 2014, 12:00:42 AM
I am Advocate Sarmaroy from Hyderabad, an expert in Real estate laws in India.

I am making myself available to assist all in this distinguished law forum.

Sir,
We have recently sold an ancestral property in kerala. It was passed on to my father and aunt after the death of my grandfather, who brought it from his brothers after getting their power of attorneys in 1989. We cleared all the requests relating to the documents and also gave an advertisement in the paper to know if we anyone had objection in selling the property. Now 3 months after selling the property and having changed the title in the name of the buyer. He has recently come up with a issue stating that one of my grandfathers brother who had share in the property has given a unregistered power of attorney in 1969. The title of property was in my father and aunts name when it was sold. Since its been almost 45 years ie) unregistered power of attorney document happened and there has been no objection from anyone till now. We have adverse possession over the property. The buyer is now facing some obstacle when trying to sell it to someone else and is telling we have to pay some fine to court and all. Since the title is in his name now and having cleared all his requests before the sale.. are we entitled to pay any fine for this. When we asked the buyer to explain, he is not giving a clear explanation. Kindly suggest what is to be done
Title: Re: certified copy
Post by: advocate-lyngdoh on September 02, 2014, 07:38:27 PM
Advocate Sarmaroy sir,
I need a certified copy of a judgment pronounced in Hyderabad high court,
 can you kindly help me on this please.
Warm regards
Advocate Lyngdoh
Title: Re: Advocate Sarmaroy from Hyderabad expert in Real estate law
Post by: rani2422 on February 01, 2018, 10:32:03 AM
Hi Sir,

I am wishing to buy a property near Shamshabad. The builder says that It is HMDA approved. I did like the project as it was near to the airport and proposed FAB city. But I really donno whether my investment is in the right direction Please guide me.
My email id is rani2422@gmail.com. Need your contact info for more details