10 November 2017
Property: Residential Flat Ownership: Jointly owner by son and mother.
Mother expired intestate a couple of years back leaving behind 3 sons, including the joint owner and 1 daughter (assuming all are alive) as her legal heirs.
The 2 brothers and sister have signed a joint affidavit in favour of brother (joint owner) stating that they have no right, title and interest in the flat. The affidavit is made on stamp paper of RS.500/- and is duly notarized (registered notary with serial number).
My question is;
1. Can the affidavit be considered sufficient legal document to transfer 100% rights in the flat in the name the joint owner?
2. If not, what is required to be done from the society point of view to make sure the transfer, if done, is not challenged in the future.
11 November 2017
NOtarized relinqueshment deed would not serve our purpose.ONLY Duly registered relinqueshment deed serves our purpose. Any way if one of the Joint owner or co owner dies intestate hds share would go that is 50% of share w9uld pass on to the surviving coowner/Jt.Owner and not to the legal heirs. of the deceased co owner. This is acciording to law of Joint/coownership and well settled.
14 November 2017
Mr. NJS (NOT JUST SURE), alias Rajkumar, alias Narasimha, alias Kumar Doab,
Sometimes, some dull headed persons or being unfit to use their own brain unwittingly become tool of someone else. So, is it not the instance where you would have presented the example, as if you have also become tool of Mr. Kumar Doab in aping him without applying your own brain. So, I have a doubt, either you are Mr. Kumar Doab, in the present identity or you have become the tool of Mr. Kumar Doab to utter his words.
ABOUT YOUR OWN POSTS, NOW INTIMATE, WHICH ONE IS THE SENSIBLE POST YOU HAVE MADE SO FAR OUT OF YOUR FIVE POSTS ABOVE? ALL ARE YOUR USELESS IDIOTIC POSTS. THAT IS WHY, MY OBSERVATION.
Now, you may please like to confirm, what you are, i.e, yourself, Kumar Doab, or merely a tool of Mr. Kumar Doab?