Settlement from mother to son


I am from tamilnadu muslim my father and mother purchased a land in 2000 registered in
both their names and my father setlement deed to my mother in 2002 we construct house
in that land in 2008 my father is no more now the property is in my mother name
( through father settlement in 2002 ) i have a sister my mother wants to settle the property to my name.
is any permission or signature reqiured from my sister to complete the settlement from
my mother name to my name if after settlement any available chance of dispute from my sister
regarding this property and settlement .

 
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Yes, your mother can gift her property to you during her life time.  No need of taking signature of your sister. Oral gift is valid in Muslim, but It is better if it is rgistered to avoid future complications.


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@abdul

 

Since the property is in the name of your mother. She may give it to any person during her life time by means of a gift deed, or by means of a registered will after her death. If she dies intestate then the property would be divided among all the legal heirs, including your sister. Therefore, you should consider your options accordingly. You should have clear information and take the decision accordingly. It is important that any transfer should be registered so avoid future legal problems.

 

I think you should take advice from an experienced property lawyer. Visit www.lawkonect.com. Here you can post your query and a detailed written reply would be provided to you by an experienced lawyer. You can also avail consultations with a personal lawyer on this matter through www.lawkonect.com. It is very essential that you get to know about your options well and for that i think you should take professional help.

 

Regards

 
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