I made an agreement (in 500 Rs stamp paper) to purchase a flat with an owner . The flat is in the name of mother and daughter (in USA) and daughter have given general power of attorney to mother to sell the flat . my agreement was with the mother based on the power of attorney from her daughter also.
Now the daughter and mother refused to execute the deed stating that mother is not getting another house for purchase. They are ready to return the advance amount. I have two more months pending as per the advance agreement.. Please advise what shall I do to get the property registered in my name...
if you have done with your part of the agreement and the other party is refusing to perform their part then you can send them a notice to perform their part failing which you can file a suit for specific performance
You are silent on terms of reference with regards to cancellation of contract mid way through. If the contract is silent you can take a call as per above counsel views, if it has you have to go by that. My opinion is, not to deal with such persons who keeps changing minds frequently, get back the money( along with interest) go for some other property.
Still terms of reference are not clear, but still as per contractual obligations, if you are ready with the money and same has been expressed by notice to the concerned parties (sellers) and their constant refusal to fulfill contractual obligations, may invite court to interfere, on the other hand if you are not ready to carry on with this, you can opt for second point , collect you money back without any deductions , if possible along with interest.
I want to go with the case but many of my friends including the deed registration agents warn me that I will not get a favourable verdit since my advance agreement is not registered with registration dept.