my parents , have properties in different locations .
so my questions are as follows .
1) can it be possible to divide properties of one location between 2 brothers ? and other properties later after some years ? some properties in one city and all other properties in native place ( grand properties ). Thank you .
My dad expired intestate. He was the sole owner of property. Dad had done nomination in society as under.
What all options available on his wife i.e my mother to become owner of the property.
we are planning to buy a property below is details of the same
Person A purchased plot in 1992 and then constructed house in 1994 on the plot. Absolute sale deed is in name of person A.
Person A is selling house now, he is now 79 years, he has wife and 3 children. His children are NRI and all of them are residing in USA now.
My lawyer is suggesting taking consenting witness from Person A’s wife and all his children due to the age of seller. Since the children are in USA he suggested to get GPA from all children giving rights to Person A and then Person A himself can sign behalf of all children as consenting witness.
However their family is saying getting a GPA is more work and since the property is self acquired property of the Person A, children signature is not needed and is not feasible for them get it GPA and be part as consenting witness.
They are saying they can max arrange for a NOC in plain paper signed by children.
Please suggest do we need consenting witness of all children’s either by giving GPA or just NOC on plain paper is fine OR don’t need signature of any children on sale deed in anyway?
If Mr X wants to transfer his Immovable property to Blood relation in UTTAR Pradesh.
Can he do on 500 rs stamp paper via gift deed.
OR Stamp DUTY charges also need to pay on it,
I would like to purchase a resale flat under co-operative society (Registered). The flat is already allotted to 'A' since 'A' was a registered member of that society and paid all the construction cost to the society. 'A' obtain the share certificate & allotment letter but they doesn't registery the said flat on their name. Now 'A' is willing to sale his flat in confirmation with the society. My question is if I purchase the flat is there any legal problems may arise? Whether the Co- operative society will act as conforming party or as owner of the flat? Sale agreement or nomination agreement what will be appropriate in this case?continue
My friend bought a land which is done in the form of "Sale Deed" (Registered) through "agreement of sale Cum GPA, which has been registered.
The documents title is "Sale Deed" but in the document the Seller is selling the land by the rights obtained through "Agreement of Sale Cum GPA", which has been duly registered.
Does this transaction holds good as per law? Please clarify
MY FATHER A AND HIS TWO ELDER BROTHERS B AND C JOINLY OWNDED HOUSE IN ALWAR AROUND 3 YEARS AGO.IN 2010 C FILED SUIT ON A(FATHER) AND B THAT THE ENTIRE PROPERTY BELONGS TOP HIM HE EVEN CHANGED LIGHTS BILLS TO HIS NAME . MY UNCLE B TOLD HIM THAT HE DOES NOT WANT HIS SHARE.YOU BOTH BROTHERS TAKE MY SHARE AND COME TO DECISIONS OF 50.50%PROPERTY.BUT C DID NOT AGREE TO THAT.NOW C EXPIRE LAST YEAR AND B MY UNCLE GAVE AWAY HIS SHARE TO MY FATHER AND MY FATHER REGISTER IT ON HIS NAME .MY FATHER EXPIRED LAST MONTH .LASTLY WE HAVE 2/3 SHARE AND C HOLD 1/3 SHARE. WE NOW REACHED MUTUAL DECISION THAT I WILL HAVE 45% AND C SON WILL HAVE 55% SHARE IN PROPERTY.WE ARE SELL THE PROPERTY IN 7000000.IN THAT 4100000 BY CHEQUE AND REST IN CASH
MY QUERY IS I WILL BE TAKING ONLY 45% SHARE BUT ON PAPER M 66% SHARE .SO HOW TO TAKE THE AMOUNT
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Any One who already landlord can acquire the other land of the temple as Tenant (Ganotiya)? Even though he already owned Many other different land and he already landlord except the land of the temple. However, he can claim the land of the temple as a Tenant?continue