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Kunal Khilnani (Service)     02 January 2010

Transfer of Immoveable Property

A sold specific immoveable property to B, B sold the same to C, C sold the same to D and D sold the same to E.

All the formalities pertaining to the transfer have been fulfilled.

 

E wishes to mortgage the property with a bank. The bank is asking for the prior transfer deeds. The transfer deeds between A to B and B to C are not avaibalable.

 

Kindly guide the way forward.



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 4 Replies

niranjan (civil practice)     02 January 2010

Usually when the immoveable property is sold,it carries copies /or original previous documents without which you cannot confirm the title.However,you can get copies of the relevant documents from the sub-registrar office.

subhash kumar (advocate)     02 January 2010

dear kunal,   get the certified copies of the sale deeds from the concerned registrar.

Subhash kumar, adv

R.K.SUNDERRAJ (LAWYER HUBLI,KARNATAKA)     03 January 2010

Subash Kumar has suggested rightly,  also you can go through the Mutation entries in the record of rights,from where also you can get the sources as to the previous entries.So that it could lead you a guiding hand.

SACHIN AGARWAL (ADVOCATE)     29 October 2010

The advice of Mr. R.K. Sunderraj is good.


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