Specific performance


A enters into an agreement for sale with B.  B failed to buy the property as agreed upon.  A terminates the agreement and sells the property to C.  He settles B's payments back to him. B sues A now for specific performance.  Agreement is unregistred and was created in 2015.  But B files the suit on the basis of a concocted document as if it was created in 2012 to avoid the plea of non-registration of the agreement.  In the suit B files his lawyers reply notice issued to A's lawyer.  Even the contents of the reply notice B filed in court differs from the real reply notice sent to A's lawyer. What would be the implications of the forged notice and what action may lie against B's lawyer 

 
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If document is forged (established) then OP may not get any relief.

Approach your own very able LOCAL senior counsel of unshakable repute and integrity specializing in Civil matters and well versed with LOCAL applicable rules/laws and having successful track record…. and worth his/her salt , by showing all docs for a considered opinion.

Your very able counsel is to help and guide you to defend your interest.

Show the proof of refund of advance to your counsel.

At each location three are some counsels that specialize in such matters and they are well known.

Check for such counsels at LOCAL Civil courts, HC, SC……

 
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