Transfer of flat by wife of deceased without following legal process

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Flat owner died intestate ... and without making any nomination in society records ... NRI wife thereafter without approaching society enters into agreement for sale with Purchaser on behalf of her NRI minor daughter .... n also executes Power of Attorney in favour of the Purchaser .... Both Agreement for Sale and Power of Attorney are registered documents .... thereafter all 3 approach High Court Mumbai ... wife get Guardianship Certificate and Authority to execute final sale deed of Flat on behalf of minor daughter .... Purchaser thereafter executes final sale deed ... n registers it ... signs as both Vendor and Purchaser on strength of previous registered Power of Attorney ... Purchaser has now approached society on the basis of having purchased the Flat from wife and daughter of deceased Flat owner ... What options does the Society have ?
 
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CEO

What the lady is trying to do through Registered Power of attorney etc ,the Supreme court  firmly disapproved  power of attorney sales and it is absolutely illegal.Cooperative Society people may either approach consumrer court or cooprative court to redress their grievance of setting aside  the illegal sale and declaring it void.

 
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CEO

What the lady is trying to do through Registered Power of attorney etc ,the Supreme court  firmly disapproved  power of attorney sales and it is absolutely illegal.Cooperative Society people may either approach consumrer court or cooprative court to redress their grievance of setting aside  the illegal sale and declaring it void.

 
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