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rajesh   01 January 2021

Gpa

Hi All,

Mr X have given GPA(un registered) to Mr Y in1999 and the same year Mr Y have sold the site to Mr Z with sale deed and have registered the same.

can Mr X or his family claim the property now ?



 8 Replies

Isaac Gabriel (Advocate)     01 January 2021

Unregistered sale deed shall not stand before law. The sale effected cannot be faulted.

rajesh   01 January 2021

Sale deed is registered, gpa is un registered

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     02 January 2021

Contact a local advocate and take his opinion and let him study the GPA terms and conditions and what is the say of X and this has to be challenged within the limitation period for cancellation of such sale deed through the process of the court.

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     03 January 2021

Originally posted by : rajesh
Hi All,

Mr X have given GPA(un registered) to Mr Y in1999 and the same year Mr Y have sold the site to Mr Z with sale deed and have registered the same.

can Mr X or his family claim the property now ?

Hi Rajesh,

What is your concern / problem / dispute with either X Y or Z ?

What are the covenents of subject GPA, whether X granted sale rights to Y or not ?

How the issue has come up after 22 years of alleged sale deed stated to have been executed / registered by attorney i.e., Y in favour of Z.

P. Venu (Advocate)     03 January 2021

You have not posted the material facts.

rajesh   04 January 2021

Hi Sir,

 

I am planning to buy the property from mr Z , just wanted to be sure if I can do that. I wanted to know I am safe to do so.

P. Venu (Advocate)     04 January 2021

Why do you feel that the transaction could be unsafe?

rajesh   04 January 2021

Since GPA is un registered,


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