Suresh 24 March 2016
Kumar Doab (FIN) 24 March 2016
Suresh 24 March 2016
Thank you Kumar Sir,
The property is not self acquired. I read somewhere in net that white paper agreement is also valid.
There is no chance of imporving relation with my mother. I was begging my mother since more than 5 years to help me considering my present health condition or to register house on my name as promised by her(as per written agreement by her) at the time of my sister marriage. If I can register that property on my name I can mortgage it to lend some money. Now no one is ready to lend money as the property is on my mothers name.
I belived my mother at the time of my sister marriage & gave my share of agriculture land to my sister. Now i have nothing other than that white paper agreement by mother & father.
Sir Pls advise me what to do as the property is not self acquired & I have written agreement by her on white paper.
adv.raghavan (Advocate,9444674980) 24 March 2016
In whose possession is the property now? If you are holding , wait for your turn no need for you to file any suit, those who are in need of the property will take care of that and in the bargain you may get decent amount , if not try to have coordial relation ship with mother and try to get things done in your favour. You have little hold over the said property, this is the ground reality and you have to accept that.
ROHIT SHARMA (Legal Advisor ) 24 March 2016
1. Since the agricultural land has already been registered in name of your sister before her marraige and your sister and all other mebers of your family have made such white paper in which such facts of the agricultural land is shwon as transferred and regsitered in the name of your sister and the house land was to become your property and that all the concerned family members have put thier signature on such white paper agreement then such white paper being a secondary evidence can help you to get the house land transferred in your name and for that you would need is to file a declaratory civil suit u/s 34 of the Specific Releif Act, 1963 seeking determination of your legaal right over such house land. You can submit a certfied true copy of such white paper (which should remain in your custody) as secondary evidence with your suit plaint.
Suresh 26 March 2016
Thank you Adv.Raghavan sir
Thank you Rohit Sharma Sir, in that white paper agreement I took only my mother & father signatures. My sister signature was not there. I know nothing about agreements in 2000. so took only mother & father signatures. Can it be still sonsidered as secondary evidence?