(Expert) 23 July 2015
I am sorry, I notice that this query was raised some 4 years back! But without noticing this, just as it appeared on the screen in 'Today's post' I answered.
I do not know, what prompted Mr. Thangapandian to pick up 4 year old queries.
1. It should be special power of attorney, specifically authorising and empowering you to sell the property in question.
2. Such a power of attorney has necessarily to be registered. It involves very very nominal stamp duty and registration charges.
3. If your mother-in-law is not in a position to visit the Sub-Registrar's Office, for whatever reason, then you have to request the Sub-Registrar's Office to visit your mother-in-law's premises to register the document. Needless to say, it will involve extra expenses. For this, you have to get in touch with the Sub-Registrar's office.
4. Check up with the Co-operative Society, whether they have any Rules on this.