Regarding the transfer of the husband's property


If I attach my husband's property(who is in abroad) on the execution of the MC order, is it possible for the POA to transfer the property to his name. Can I stop them doing...

As my husband is sitting in abroad and evading all of the legal battle, now i am planning to accommodate his house , how can I handle the problem if they(His siblings) change my husband's property. (But, as of now, my husband is not giving any POA).

pls. advise me.

 
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subregistrar/supdt.(retired)

Is the property ancestral or his self-acquired?  Why your husband is evading it?

 
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The house is built by him and is in his name .He is employed in USA

 
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Advocate

The occupants are the legal heirs ie your children I suppose.What is the necessity to attach your own house citing MC order? Better show the documents to the prudent lawyer and proceed.

 
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Advocate

Since it's a self acquired property the occupants automatically steps in as a legal heirs as responded by Isaac Gabriel. 

 
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Advocate

Has the property been duly attached? What is the relevance of PoA?

 
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Lawyer

Originally posted by : shunmuga priya
If I attach my husband's property(who is in abroad) on the execution of the MC order, is it possible for the POA to transfer the property to his name. Can I stop them doing...

As my husband is sitting in abroad and evading all of the legal battle, now i am planning to accommodate his house , how can I handle the problem if they(His siblings) change my husband's property. (But, as of now, my husband is not giving any POA).

pls. advise me.

Incomplete and vague facts can not lead to form proper opinion and oblige.

You have engaged / paid an able, competent and intelligent lawyer who is well aware about facts and circumstances of the case(s) what is his / her advise, follow it.

It is advisable to consult and engage another local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts/ documents, professional guidance and necessary proceeding if you have lost faith in your lawyer

 
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