Irrevocable gpa


My question is pertaining to a General Power of Attorney -

To make the question clear here is the situation -

1) A property is registered to 4 people.  Out of the 4 owners, 2 owners have passed away.

2) One of the owners uncles claims that he was given an irrevocable GPA by the 4 owners a long time ago and is now executing it, 30 years later. 

My question is, is this claim valid?   I would really appreciate your experts insight on this.

Thanks,

Raja.

 
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Advocate

Sir,

 

Was that GPA which was given to the uncle is registered ?

GPA with the 4 persons is registered?

Warm Regards

Kapil Chandna Advocate

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Thanks for the quick response.  Really appreciate it.

The one with the Uncle(GPA) is claiming to be registered. 

The heirs to the 2 owners who passed away have no clue.  The other 2 who are alive cannot remember neither :)

 

Raja.

 
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Lawyer.

Hi 

Even if one of the person who has given the GPA has died, the whole of the registered GPA is invalid. In your case it appears 2 of the 4 owners who had given a GPA has died. hence you are double safe. 

 
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Thanks RajaGopal.  How do I get in touch with you?

Thanks,

Raja.

 
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