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Atik j.pathan   12 August 2022

Sale deed

Can be sale deed of land registered without consideration


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Swadha   12 August 2022

sale without consideration

However, if the intention was not to pay any consideration or the document is without any consideration, the document is void and of no effect. There is a distinction between a sale where the consideration is intended to be paid and is not paid and where the consideration is not intended to be paid at all.

If a sale deed in respect of an immovable property is executed without payment of price and if it does not provide for the payment of price at a future date, it is not a sale at all in the eyes of law. It is of no legal effect. Therefore, such a sale will be void.

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Shashi Dhara   12 August 2022

You can relinquish your rights.

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Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate)     12 August 2022

No, sale deed without consideration can't be registered and if in case document got registered then it is  a void document.

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Atik j.pathan   12 August 2022

Originally posted by : Swadha

sale without considerationHowever, if the intention was not to pay any consideration or the document is without any consideration, the document is void and of no effect. There is a distinction between a sale where the consideration is intended to be paid and is not paid and where the consideration is not intended to be paid at all.If a sale deed in respect of an immovable property is executed without payment of price and if it does not provide for the payment of price at a future date, it is not a sale at all in the eyes of law. It is of no legal effect. Therefore, such a sale will be void.

 


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