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Guest (n/a)     13 January 2009

How can a gift Deed be challenged?

How can a gift Deed be challenged. When...

Its been executed.

Deed is Registered.

Deed has a recital which says ..irrevocable.

The same transfer is shown in the returns of the donor.

The transfer stamp duty has also been paid out of the Donors bank Account.

The gift is of a property and the donee being minor. Duly executed by the guardian..i.e. his parents..


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Suresh (Advocate and Solicitor)     13 January 2009

For a Deed of Gift to be valid and the transfer effected thereby, one of the essential requirements is that it must be unconditional and irrevocable. Without going into other facts, the Gift is void and notwithstanding its registration etc.

Manish Singh (Advocate)     13 January 2009

if its been duly executed, still you can challenge it in he court of law but ultimately the court shall probate the will in favour of the benefeciary if you are unable to prove any illegality in the will.

sanjeev gupta (Advocate)     14 January 2009

Once the gift Deed is registerred in the Registrar office, u van challange it in any way or manner, because it is a irrevocable document  and u can not cancel it.

Sanjeev Gupta



What is the time-limit to challenge the Gift-Deed?

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