Buyling land based on court decree


I am planning to buy a property. The person selling has given me a court decree partition copy among his siblings and parents. The copy provided is an e-copy of a court decree. Is it a valid document? should I wait for it to be registered in the sub-register office?
 
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Advocate

Contact the concerned registrar office and proceed, which will be safe.
 
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Advocate

Ask him to provide certified copy of the decree and then do proper search.
 
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CEO

It is not advisable to purchase any property that doesn't stand in the name of the vendor/seller. Wait till the property is transferred to his name.
 
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Lawyer

It's unsafe and invalid. Ask certified copy of the decree.
 
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