12 July 2019
Dear All One of my friend having GPA from his mother to sell the plot. Mother is 77 years old. Mother got this property in 1986 by �kraaya pathra � . Now she has given GPA to his son to sell the property. 1.Can this property can be purchased and will get registered in third party name. 2. During this purchase both mother and son should be their. Or only GPA holder(son) is enough? Please provide your opinion as per property law and recent judgment applicable. Regards, Mallikarjun
12 July 2019
If mother has executed GPA in favour of his son empowering him to sale the property or subject matter thereof, he is empowered to execute sale deed in favour of third party subject to payment of registration charges and stamp duty by the purchaser in respect of that property. Execution of GPA in favour of blood relations ( i.e., the father, mother, brother, sister or relatives empowering him/her to sale the property on one's behalf is valid and such registered sale deed executed by the attorney in favour of third party is also valid.
13 July 2019
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