Is panchayat parikat that isn't registered legally valid?


Hello,

I am planning to buy a property from one of the land developers in bangalore.  The developers acquired the propoerty from Mr A, who inturn acquired it as a part of anscetoral property.  All teh revenue, legal, approval documents are valid. However, in the process of Mr A acquiring the propertly, there were two partitions happended for which the deeds are NOT registered.   A panchayat parikat deed is present where in all teh family members are signed. However this parikat is not registered .

Is this legally valid?  Would the title be clear, if the partition deeds were not registered?

 

Regards,

Jayaram.

 
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