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Gurudeva   11 March 2020

Have to know indian law

My grand father sold his property in 1950 to his friend and again in 1995 he sold the same property to another party, so here who will be having real powers on property and is there any time limitation for putting case on second party?


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Joy Bose   11 March 2020

Once a property is sold, it cannot be sold again by the same person. The person on who's name the registry is done, will be the real owner of the property.

Joy Bose

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     12 March 2020

It is a fraud committed by seller.

How does the buyer purchased the property which was not owned by the seller ???

If the story is based on true facts it is advisable to consult a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts, professional guidance and necessary proceeding.

Gurudeva   12 March 2020

First buyer purchased the property in 1950, registration done but he is not changed the EC so the pahani records doesn't change, seller with help of old records and pahani  he sold to another party, 

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     12 March 2020

A complicated case where possession, relationship etc., are important, as the first sale may be a nominal document created and several issues are to be looked into like mutation, payment of taxes, enjoyment and the age of the seller now, his treatment of the asset during his lifetime in various statements, etc.   Always contact local advocates with an actual problem as to how dispute cropped once again after 25 years of the second sale also.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     12 March 2020

The query is not on Law as guidance depends on recorded facts.

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