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salila (student)     25 April 2016

Sale deed


    a person sold prop.later on it appeared that seller had died much ago.the false seller was his son and executed sale deed showing him self the true owner . now the mother of seller has put the death certicate that on deed date her person was not alive.

in other words buyer -the innocent person has been badly duped.what shall be the course to protect his money,sale ded , prop and allegatation of forgegry .plguide .thanks


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Kumar Doab (FIN)     25 April 2016

You may consult an able counsel specializing in property/civil/criminal matters ASAP and proceed under expert advise of your counsel.



Amit Gupta (Advocate)     02 May 2016

Dear Student

the rights of the purchaser can be protected only in case he can show that he has no knowledge about the impersonation and he is bonafide purchaser for value without notice. ultimatly sale deed is valid untill and unless a suit for cancellation is filed and decreed by competant civil court. a document once registered can not be anulled ipso facto, hence a civil court's decree is mendatory.



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