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Viru   17 January 2020

general power of attorney.

I have purchased plot 30 X 40, in bank e auction. total 3 acres of land purchased by wife ( x ) in 2005. . in 2006 she given GPA to his husband ( y ) to convert land by local authority and t make plots and sale the plots.
in 2014 defaulter ( Z ) bought this plots and mortgage in bank due t some reasons he could not pay the loan it became NPA

now I purchased and got registered,

my issue is.
land owner is wife (X) given GPA t his husband in 2006. husband sold the plot in 2014 to Mr ( Z )
I bought in 2019.

Mr ( x ) wife can file any suit against me ?.
previous transaction are done correctly ?


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Adv Deepak Joshi +917017821512 (Advocate)     17 January 2020

facts not enough to advise better approach advocate for proper guidance

Raksha Joshi   17 January 2020

Hello sir, 

The question is not clear here could you please bring clarity in order for me to be able to help you. 
It seems like there are two stories here.

Best Regards,


P. Venu (Advocate)     19 January 2020

Facts posted clarity. Try post simple facts; please try to avoid meaningless expressions such as "his husband". 

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T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     27 January 2020

On the basis of the GPA, the original landowner's husband had sold the property to a buyer by a sale deed, therefore the rights of the original owner have been transferred to the new buyer, hence she cannot make any claim over the property at this stage/.

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