I have a brief question, I had asked once earlier but got very confused.
Our house was purchased on a sale agreement which is to date unregistered.
We have possession for last 15 years, the sale agreement mentions handing over of possession.
We have the flat in our records in mutation and also paying property tax for 15 years.
My question is that if the seller gives me a fresh PoA can I get the 15 year old sale agreement registered ? It does not have a listed time bound on it.
My understanding is that if seller refuses to give fresh PoA for registration and transfer I cannot file a performance suit since the agreement is 15 year old.
Also, our roof has a watertank and according to agreement we can use it for antennas etc. , my neighbours who own terrace rights have a similar clause in their terrace rights agreement. They have encroached on common area (locking off stairs with gate) and do not allow me to access my watertank. Can I explore a suit based on the unregistered agreement ? or will I have to do it on the basis of easements act ?
Sorry for the long question, but my family is having a very harrassing time , thanks in advance for help.