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suresh choudry


junior exeutive
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Posted On 18 March 2010 at 16:38 Report Abuse

whether the judgment debtors property can be attached by the court by way of decree even though the said property is already sold to third party even before the decree passed.



Raghav Sood


Lawyer
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Posted On 18 March 2010 at 17:46 Report Abuse

yes any third party rights created during the pend ency of the suit are subservient to the ultimate decision of the Court JD or third party all are bound by decree


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suresh choudry


junior exeutive
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Posted On 18 March 2010 at 19:05 Report Abuse

Sir,

my contention is that the property purchased was free of encumbrance  and the third party does'nt know that there is a suit against the seller and the property was purchased through a bank loan with proper legal opinion taken by the bankers from their legal expert. In the Legal opnion it was mentioned as the property doesn't have any encumbrance and the property got clear marketable title. The registration department also confirmed there is no court attachment at the time of purchase. Moreover the plantiff has applied a suit only for monies which was lended to the JD. The pending suit is only for recovery of money. Please suggest whether in this case, whether they can attacfh the said property which is free of encumbrance at the time of purchase.

Can we file a case stating that the JD does'nt have any right on the attached property since it is already sold.


Raghav Sood


Lawyer
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Posted On 18 March 2010 at 19:51 Report Abuse

well looking from your contention and if these are the facts then this property is not liable to be attached as it is not subservient to suit well there is no nned to file a suit if the JD does so objections U/S 47 CPC if you recive any notice or summons in respect of property by stating the aforesaid mode  and manner of purchase of proerty legal opinion etc hence you  are a bonafide purchaser



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suguna prasad kalvala


advocate
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Posted On 18 March 2010 at 23:44 Report Abuse

sir

               The j d r has no right  to obtain attachment on the property which was already transfared on sale by way of registration. If at all the  J D R  manages to obtain and submit papers from sub registrar to the effect that the property is on the name of  D H R  even after the passing of decree and get attachment of property. The prasent owner of the  property can take criminal and civil action aganist  the Sub registrar, J D R , even the court.

                                                                                                                        KALVALA  SUGUNA PRASAD   ADVOCATE 



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N RAMESH.


Advocate, Chennai., Formerly Civil Judge., Mobile.09444261613
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Posted On 19 March 2010 at 22:46 Report Abuse

//whether the judgment debtors property can be attached by the court by way of decree even though the said property is already sold to third party even before the decree passed.//

If there was no attachement in suit proceeddings and if the property was not the subject matter of litigation, then the sale prior to decree is valid and any subsequent attachment is not sustainable. On application, court will raise the attachment. 



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suguna prasad kalvala


advocate
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Posted On 19 March 2010 at 23:42 Report Abuse

Sir,

              No court has  right to give attachment over the property which was already sold by the J D R , Even if some body obtained such attachment by misleading the court , it  is invalid

                                                                                                                         suguna prasad kalvala



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Pinto Fredaric


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Posted On 20 March 2010 at 11:36 Report Abuse

if the judgment debtor sold out his property evenbefore the initiation of a suit before the proper court of compitent jurisdiction  the sale will not be free from the shadow of the charge of incured debt  the property can be attach from any point of time within the limitation period by the decree holder or person having a right over the jd in form of a charge  decree holder can initiate a suit against the jd and third person for cancellation of documents the only remedie availbale for the third person is to prove his bonafideness before the court>



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karthikeyan


lawyer
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Posted On 04 April 2010 at 10:45 Report Abuse

i am relied with Ramash Ji.   sale prier to decree is valid.  rule of lispendency does not apply here.


TIMI THOMAS


TEAM LEADER
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Posted On 13 July 2010 at 15:28 Report Abuse

Sir

 

i have purchased 8 cent  land in 2005 from one P A Ibrahim,with all leagal document,and taken EC from subregistered office.there is no attachement in the said property.but after 4 year that mean 2009 one ammen is came to my house and said there is an attacment order in 2003.i fully surprised.i told him am a bonafide purchase.and not purchased from this person.he is a guarnteor in 1998 for one vehicle loan.and he is sold the said property in 1999.the bank has been given a registered leter and told there is a decree.any way is it effect for me. from 1998 to 2004 taken 4 transaction alreday passed.i have tahen loan from hdfc bank and cleared it off.



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