Dear Mr.Dinaker and Mehar,
Until this day we are unable to trace as what exactly happened that the sale deed was executed.On my return to india i asked my father as to why he executed the deed.He simply answered that he didnt sell it and he has not taken any money. The fact is he never approached the court neither the tenant persuded him to approach against me in the court.It was i who made him a party on the advice of my lawyer and inspite of he getting notices from the court never recieved them.
He was 78 years old at the time of filing this case and became a patient of demantia in his last days.Had difficulty knowing the location of our building.We dont know how the tenant persuded him and made him sign a deed by paying peanut price of 500000 for a 1700 sqft of flat in year 2004 in the busiest locality of secundrabad.Even on offering to return the money he claims to have paid to my father he is not agreeing.We cross checked with my father bank account and found no such deposits and the amount mentioned on the sale deed is in cash.
The whole transaction is fishy and i am stuck in the title suit since last six years waiting for dates. The relief wanted by me is to cancel the sale deed and hand over the possession of property to me where as the counter filed by the tenant is to dismiss my case on the basis that father and son cheated him by allowing the sale deed to get registered even though the father was not an owner and later the son claims to be an owner.
My non-availability in india is an advantage for the tenant and the lethargic attitude of my GPA and two of my past lawyers simply delayed the case and a loss of considerable amount of money.
I just came to this forum to understand whether i am on a wild goose chase or is there going to be final relief for me.
I will like to mention here that my relationship with father was in the best state until his demise and i never bothered him or tried to trouble him by asking about the property and was always with him on my last two visits before his demise.
Hope you will advice.