My Sister has purchased a Flat in 2019. Here are case details:
1. Seller (one of our relatives) had a joint property in the name of husband and wife.
2. Wife was deseased at the time of purchase and the children were minor at the time of purchase.
3. Seller produced a Heirship Certificate and same is mentioned in Sale Deed.
4. Sales Deed executed between Husband of deceased wife and My Sister (purchaser)
4. As per Heirship certificate only Children are mentioned as Legal Heirs and their names are were mentioned in Sale deed and they were minor in 2019
5. Now both children turn major and they executed a Release Deed in 2023 in favor of Father, giving out all there shares to Father.
Query - Is there anything needed to be done to correct legal errors made during purchase and saled deed execution. I understand that some kind of confirmation deed is necessary which includes Childern's names once they turn major, confirming that they do not have any objection to sell of property done by their Father when they were Minor. Is it still required, since they have released their shares to Father. Seller and Children are supportive and ready to provide any necessary support to complete legal process. Please suggest.
Your valuable inputs will be highly apreciated. Thank you