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I have an issue with a property I purchased in Bangalore. Please guide me.
I (C) purchased a plot from GPA holder (B) in 1997 through sale deed. The GPA holder had received GPA from plot owner (A) in 1986. The plot owner A died in 2005 and I registered the plot in my name in 2008 via GPA holder B. Now the kids of A have filed a case against me (C) and GPA holder (B) claiming A gave GPA to B for money and B sold the property illegally after A died. We are in position from the time we brought the plot. Doesn't the sale deed which was made before A died matter? What are the options I have?
09 September 2019
Ji, as the plot owner i.e. the GPA principal died in the year 2005. so automatically the GPA has no value and it is invalid. so you have no right over the property. However file case against the GPA agent B. consult local advocate.
10 September 2019
10 September 2019
Thanks for the response. But I had made sale deed before the GPA principal died, does it not count?