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Himanshu Shah   24 April 2024

Single common agreement for 2 adjacent flats

My mother got 2 adjacent flats at the time of redevelopment but builder made only 1 common agreement for both flats. She transferred 1 flat to me via gift deed to separate the 2 flats. Now, when we want to sell both flats , prospective buyers are asking for chain of title deed in original. What is the pratical solution to this problem?


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P. Venu (Advocate)     24 April 2024

Facts posted do not suggest any problem. Admittedly, your mother had one among the two flats which she had acquired in the process of redevelopment and she had conveyed one among the flats. It is too idle a proposition that the title is inchoate. 

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     24 April 2024

It is but natural that the buyer will demand original chain documents.

You can get a certified copy of the registeration document and hand it over to the buyer because the original documents will be handed over to the subsequent buyer buying the remaining property.

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