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Natraj (ABC)     08 June 2015

Conditional gift deed

Dear Experts,

Need one clarification on Conditional Gift deed.

Donar has gifted around 3 acre land to his daughter around 1948, during execution on gift deed "he had metioned gifted property should not be sold to others in case of any transaction of sale or other mode of changing hands is not valid this property should be used by family members only"

My question is does this qualify as conditional gift deed? If property is sold to external third parties after death of donar will be a valid transaction? Does court has right to revoke all transactions done on this property if any of family member challenges based on above condition?

Please provide your views

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sudhakar.RVS (Advocate)     09 June 2015


Conditional gift deed is valid document in the eyes of law.Unless the Gift deed is seen , we will not be in a condion to clarify on the subject..In the absence of any further conditions stipulated by the donor ,no court can interfere on issue. If you stay in hyderabad contact me on 9490165722 for further help.



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