Father inherited ancestor properties located at many places. He has one son and one daughter. Father died without leaving any will. Son took NOC from his sister and mother and sold some lands and transferred remaining properties to his name.
Recently, son came to know that a property, which was considered sold by his father several years back was not actually sold, but only a Power of Attorney was given to that person in exchange of some money. Now, the question is:
1) Whether the PoA is still valid and whether the son can cancel the power of attorney and get back his property?
2) Whether the said property can be sold by the son without his sister and mother's signature, as they had earlier signed the NOC prior to knowing about the status of the said property?
Please clarify. thanks