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I have purchased a immovable property 3 years back, but came to know recently that the property has legal heirs, I want to take their consent / no objection for the already registered transaction ,which type of document should be done and whether it should be registered or notary.
 
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Hello,
Do you have the title deed in your name? If yes, then you need not worry. The ownership is transferred in your name, so legally it is yours. Also, when someone buys a property, a PUBLIC NOTICE ad is posted in newspapers where it is notified that said property is being sold to "X" person. If anyone has any objection, they can approach "X". This works as a no objection.
So, unless it is an Ancestral property and there has been some kind of misrepresentation to you while selling it, you do not need to take a NOC from those legal heirs.

Let us know if you have any further queries.
 

Regards,
Joy Bose

 
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Y legal heirs you have have got any agreement or before registration seller is dead.
 
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It's ancestral property
 
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Though it's ancestral property it's divided and transferred in legal heirs name ,can is son claim as ancestral property.
 
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subregistrar/supdt.(retired)

If ancestral property is divided, then no further deed is required from legal heirs.  If not divided, then a ratification deed from all the legal heirs shall be obtained and registered at SRO concerned.

 
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Ok ,thanks satisfied with it answer.
 
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Lawyer

It is advisable to consult a local prudent lawyer with relevant records for analyses, professional guidance and necessary proceeding.

 
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