(Querist) 25 March 2014
This query is : Resolved
Dear Sir / Madam,
We had registered a Trust Deed on 2000 with 20 members, due to some reasons 15 trustees (some of the trustees are died & they had added their legal heirs) joined together & made a new amended trust deed, in the local registration office.
The following are the findings, which we later found in the registered amended trust deed:
1. One of the Trustee was died on 2007, but in the new amended deed, it was written as he is still alive & due to his illness, his legal heir has become the member of the Trust (The died person, haven't written any will / document for appointing his son as a trustee)
2. Is this a criminal offence, for stating a false statement in the recently registered trust deed? Please let me know the criminal sections & what kind of punishment would be given under the law?
3. We are the remaining 5 Trustees, shall we file criminal case against 15 trustees who had signed the amended deed?
4. Under section of law, they can be charged & what will be the punishments for doing these unlawful act?
5. Does the amended deed document will be valid, for taking possession of the trust?
6. What will be the minimum & maximum punishments, for these wrong doings?