In 1975,A Hindu grandfather makes a sales deed to his grandson (Minor - age 5 at the time ) with Minor's mother as guardian. In 2006, Minor turned into major ( his age is 33), he sold that property alone to a third party without the consent of his mother (Gaurdian). Now in 2021, her mother sent a lawyer notice to that third party that she also has a share in the property. Does the guardian really has rights?
once the Minor after completion of 18 years,he will become major as per law.So,he has got every right to sell the property to any person with out getting any consent from his mother.His mother has got guardian rights till his attainment of majority.
The legal notice is just a threat and mother is aware that her son is absolute owner for 28 years. As the notice is from mother, it is the duty of the son to make arrangements for her comfortable living.
Respected Sir, in the same case,the mother has 3 sons.But we don't know that 2 younger sons are born or not at the time of sale. But in the property paper only eldest son name only mentioned. so we have sign of eldest son only. Does other younger 2 sons have rights ?
Don' confuse and make others confuse. The sale deed is in the name of Mr.A, whether it be a grandfather of some one, that registered document is a title and he can deal it as he likes. His mother or his siblings can not bring any action as it is a registered title deed.