|Originally posted by : Sinjith Goud
one of my friends had purchased a residential building before 8 years and the building was demolished recently to build a new one. when they approached municipal authorities for building permission they rejected by saying that the plot which was purchased by them was alotted to park. After a thorough enquiry we came to know that pattedar who sold the land to my friend has revised the layout plan after its sale, changed it from marked plot to park and submitted the same to municipal authorities and got approved.
now the pattedar and his legal heirs are dead and also municipal authorities are not permitting my friend to build a a new home despite of having a clear title over his land.
does this problem have a solution ?
@ Sinjith Goud,
The property was stated to have been purchased 8 years back by your "friend" when it was free from encumbrance, did your friend check/ searched title of the property especially qua acquisition.
Municipal authorities can not change status of a private property at their own, without any intimation, however, if so, was your friend unaware qua earmarking the plot for development of park? Challange it before appropriate authority.
The title of subject property is stated to be with your "friend" accordingly you are advocating for your "friend" and it is not your case, what is your locus standi /concern to the query.