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Bharat (Engineer)     20 November 2012

Buying/booking a flat: need advice

Sirs, I am about to book a flat (pre-launch offer) next week.

It is a joint development between the developer and the owner.

The original owner is from muslim family.

The developer says, there are no disputes/discrepancy w.r.t the land, and it has been certified by his legal team. As soon as I pay some token advance he will get the sale deed & registration done in my name for the applicable portion/apartment space.

Now, I need to get it verified by my legal advisors.

Question going on in my mind is: are there any chances of disputes arising from his family members/successors, say some years later...?

Had heard in some discussion forums (don't remember where was it) that there is a separate muslim law for succession... so are there any chances that his successors come up some years later and lead to any dispute?

Please share your views.



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Anuradha T V (junior)     22 November 2012

Dear Bharat,

            The possibility of future issues may  be identified by a lawyer expertised in property law , from the documents given by the developer.  It is always better to have a second opinion from a lawyer other than one of the builder/ Developer.

   


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