Comments on Non-availability of documents - What to do?

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Puneet Srivastava

Puneet Srivastava

Wrote on 29 August 2017  

hi i am going to purchase land in Lucknow. the land is 143. as per property delear . Mutation is not required for 143 land. is it true.Should i purchase. please suggest... regards Puneet



Josephine

Josephine

Wrote on 26 June 2017  

It is such a trouble to find out some of your papers are lost. Even in the era of electronic id cards and huge accessibility to basically any information we are still tied to paper documents. It starts from the school desk, when you have to waste tons of paper on your essays (no matter if you write then by your own or use <a href="http://topwritingreviews.com/services">writing service reviews</a>) and continues.



Sri Vijayan.A

Sri Vijayan.A

Wrote on 06 May 2017  

http://titleopinion.blogspot.in/ e-book on Opinion on Title of Property



Sri Vijayan.A

Sri Vijayan.A

Wrote on 06 May 2017  

I thank Dr. G.Bala krishnan for adding his comments to the article.



Sri Vijayan.A

Sri Vijayan.A

Wrote on 06 May 2017  

If the bank has missed or misplaced the documents deposited to it as security or to create a mortgage for the load availed, it is the duty of the bank to issue an affidavit stating about the reason for deposit of title deeds, status of the security, status of loan, non availability of the deeds, etc. The bank also has to issue an bond to indemnify the owner of the property. Then the property shall get back the clearness and marketability of its title. Sueing the Bank for lack of service and negligent in keeping the documents can be done.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 04 May 2017  

If it falls under limitation law , then missing documents will be rectified by proper affidavit of the ownership f property be executed by such owner.



Annie

Annie

Wrote on 03 May 2017  

Is it worth to sue in case of non-availability of documents? Bank lost my asset documentation and even refuse to pay for it's recreation, I have obligations to make <a href="http://topwritingreviews.com/services">writing service reviews</a> on a daily basis and don't have much time dealing with court issues. So can anyone give me advice, should I hire a lawyer and file a suit against my bank or costs emerging from such process would overwhelm gains?


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