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is gpa revocable


Dear All,

I have a query regarding a property for which i have entered into a sale agreement. Mr.A has given a GPA of the said property X to Mr.B with all powers to sell mortgage etc, in 1993 which is registered in the Sub Registrar's Office. and By virtue of the said GPA Mr. B has sold the Property to Mr.C (who is Mr.B's son) in 2004. Mr.C has all the documents on his name and has also raised bank loan on the property. Now I have proposed to buy this property Is there any legal issues in buying this property. It is told that  I have to take a affidavit from the Original Owner Mr. A before executing a sale deed.Does Mr. A have any right on the property now.Kindly answer my query Its Urgent.

 
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lawyer

You do not require to take Affidavit from Mr. A. mr. C is the legal owner. U have to take noc from society and from Bank who has charge on this property. You peruse the POA once before proceeding further to confirm whether Mr. B was given power to sell the said property. Adv Reeti Shah reeti@corpusjurislaw.com 9930285557
 
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Advocate,9444674980

Going by your version ,If B has effected sale deed favg C, it is valid title. No need to get noc from A.

 
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Thank  you for your reply ? our executive doubts that what if  Mr.A had died while executing the Sale Deed? Will GPA become invalid if the executor dies before executing sale deed. Kindly Answer.

 
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Advocate,9444674980

If you are not sure about the process, kindly check with A family and take a  call.

 
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