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ramakant (hod)     15 May 2014

Ownership of property

Suppose conveyance deed was made of a property in the name of mr. x. Later Mr. X said that he had a also taken some money from his wife for purchasing the said property and he again made a conveyance deed and got it registered in the sub registrars office which has the name of both mr. x and his wife.

So who will be considered as the owner of the property, only mr x or he and his wife will be co-owners.


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ramakant (hod)     15 May 2014

and also to mention that at the first instance the allotment of plot was made in mr. x who was the member of the cooperative housing society which allotted the plot

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     17 May 2014

The sale deed document if executed on both the names, both are joint owners of the property.

Usharma (Lawyer)     18 May 2014


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