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Comments on Sale of Immovable Property : Latest Judgment


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nnnpppsssrrr

Wrote on 13 February 2014  

I request you sir to let me know supreme court judgments regarding - -1)Stamp paper for executing GPA should be in the name of executant 2)Limitation from the date of signing the GPA by the principal cannot exceed 120 days before presentation/registration 3)principal's residence should be clearly written I'll be glad if you can e.mail me certain citations from Highcourt of A.P. and supreme court. The matter pertains to a crime of forgery and impersonation in Andhrapradeh. Sincerely, S.Raghupathi Social worker/NGO consultant



Tereza

Tereza

Wrote on 20 April 2013  

I have given an advance of Rs.10000/- during October 26,2044 and a given written by seller on a Rs.20/- stamp paper with all terms and conditions that they will provide all clear papers and signature whereever required. In this stamp paper all mention ed that who are all sides landowners names..but after this we wanted to execute but the seller is not ready and they want to sell the same land to other people from the village. I have sent a legal notice twice to them. but no reply received. We were waiting for their reply and we were contacting them but they were telling us that the land will be given to us only. Afterward we have filed a suit under Specific performance during 2010. The court has given dates which we appear and they also present. Now the Court has kept our suit sine die ...What should I do further.



Mr. Shanmugam

Mr. Shanmugam

Wrote on 19 January 2013  

Dear sir, I need your consultant regarding the below issue. Condition of cause: 1. My father sold the land to Party A without my consent and my signature. 2. I failure to make sue on my father as well as the party A who purchased. 3. A sold the same land after few months later to Party D 4. The documents are legally transferred on the name of party D 5. Now I make the sue on the name of Party D with the issue of I have rights of property. In this cause how can i inherit my rights on property please advice me. by affected party Shanjay



Anil Kr Garg

Anil Kr Garg

Wrote on 19 September 2012  

Sir, there is a bit of confusion regarding legal requirement for registering an AGreement to Sell. Some people on this very forum, have opined that there is no need to register such agreement. Kindly advise. If there is statewise difference, I am interested in Madhya Pradesh (MP). Thanking you in anticipation,



Vara Prasad

Vara Prasad

Wrote on 04 April 2012  

What happens if the buyer pays the full consideration as per the SA and the seller fails/refuses to comply with execution of sale deed? What is the remedy available to the buyer for lawful title



pvnamjoshi@gmail.com

pvnamjoshi@gmail.com

Wrote on 26 November 2011  

Please refer to Sec. 33 of the Registration Act.



pamaranchennai

pamaranchennai

Wrote on 14 November 2011  

Deed of settlement and subsequent sale deed through the GPA is valid before this judgement



sivakumar anand

sivakumar anand

Wrote on 10 November 2011  

Great work Sir and it is simple to understand. Thanks for sharing...



Anwesha Bhattacharjee

Anwesha Bhattacharjee

Wrote on 08 November 2011  

thanx sir...really a great piece of work...



Adv.Rajendra Kothari

Adv.Rajendra Kothari

Wrote on 07 November 2011  

Valuable,important and selected points taken at a glance from the unique judgement of Apex Court to which general public can easily understand.Thank you sir.


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