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Nirmal Solanki (self employed)     01 July 2023

General power of attorney

Hello sir/madam, 

An agreement is registered on two brothers name of which one died, and their legal heir through gpa are giving right to the one alive to sell and collect transaction amount and register the agreement on name of the purchaser, and have agreed that they do not want any share in the property.. is a purchaser secured in this type of agreement.. what all can be the repurcussions. 


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Dr. J C Vashista (Advocate and Legal Consultant)     01 July 2023

The facts posted have been mixed up with different issues of GPA as well as Relinquishment of right of LRs of deceased. Both have to be dealt separately as per law. 

It is advisable to consult a local prudent  lawyer.

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     01 July 2023

The agreement is different to that of the GPA.

The power agent can perform the task that has  been assigned in the power deed and not beyond that.

The buyer's concern is that whether this type of dealing is legally valid or not.

It is always advisable that the buyers buying an immovable property to spend a little more by way of expenses towards legal opinion and proceed only if recommended by the experienced lawyer  giving legal opinion..

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