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Can a husband of the deceased wife sell the property if...

Posted by Sudhakar Panchavati

I have purchased a house plot in Hyderabad in 1973-74 with my money with valid receipt and got registered it in
my wife name and in 1980 ,my wife empowered me with Irrevocable General Power of Attorney to sell the property
and granted all powers including that the powers vested will be appllicable to all heirs,administrators and all those concerned with the deal without fixing any time limit fixed to sell the property. hence,in the light of the above powers, I have entered into a sale agreement with a party after having received a token amount. Now I,the agreement holder wants to get the property registered after paying the balance of amount.
Last year my wife passed away due to cancer. In tdhis condtext what is my position whether I can go for Sale?

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