My brother given POA to a person(supporter of my bro) as a custodian to his share in my joint property and my brother went to USA,the said property is parental ancestral property and my mother has passbook and title dead for that land as she is the elder of the family, becuase my father expired, now my mother want to cultivate that land as she don't have other source of income,but now that person(who has taken POA from my brother) is entering into that land and he is asking to stop cultivation as he has POA, is he can able to stop like that with POA? is anybody who has POA can have right to enter into joint property?or only my brother can enter into that land?
I don't know about my brother's strategy,but the person who is got POA from my brother, that person entering into my joint property and making troubles to my mother like he is apposing the cultivation in lands,is he really having rights to stop us with POA on joint property?
31 May 2016
poa for immovable property should be registered compulsorily, so you can go to the jurisdictional sub registrar office and take a copy. that way you can know exactly what is written and whether he has the rights as poa holder.
31 May 2016
Its not a registered poa,they have written it on 100rs stamp paper on their home,with 2 witness as I mentined in my main query,they written in doc as that person is the custodian for my brother's share,but now that person is making troubles by entering into land,is he can able to enter with poa on joint property?
they have written POA on 100rs stamp paper on their home,with 2 witness as I mentined in my main query,they written in that doc as that person is the custodian for my brother's share of my joint property
02 June 2016
Even the POA can not stop your Cultivation in the Land which is yet to be Partitioned/Divided.Give a Police Complaint against him with out your self approaching the Courts.Let the POA of your brother approach the Court for Legal Partition /Remedy which would take time and peacefully proceed with your agriculture with out your self going to court.Handle it tactfully.