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smith sharma (lecturer)     03 September 2008

TRANSFER OF PROPERTY

HI,

    ALL THE RESPECTED MEMBERS OF THIS FORUM PLS SOLVE MY QUERY-

CAN A BLOOD RELATIVE  TANSFER OF IMMOVEBLE PROPERTY WITHOUT ANY RAJISTRATION OF SALE DEED N GIFT DEED?

IF U SAY  YES TN WHICH MANNER?

THANX

MIS. SMITH SHARMA [LAWYER]



 6 Replies

Srinivas.B.S.S.T ( Advocate)     03 September 2008

will

Rajan Salvi (Lawyer)     03 September 2008

WOW Mr Shrinivas.

Vasudev (advocate)     03 September 2008

no, as no immmovable property can be transfered with out registration.

Priya Ranjan (Sr. Ex.Legal)     04 September 2008

The same can be done through Will  as stated by Me. Srinivas but  during te life time of the maker of such will it is optional .

Dinkar Vidyarthi (Advocate/ Asst. Manager(Legal))     05 September 2008

I do agreed with Mr. Sriniwas ji but the qutionier asked in case of sale deed or gift deed .so, sale deed must be registered and in  case of gift deed see S123 of T.P Act, 1882. which clearly stipulate that in case of immovable property, the tranfer must be effected by a registered instrument signed by or on behalf of the donor, and attested by at least two witnesses .and in case of movable property transfer may be effected either by a registered instrument signed as aforesaid or by delivery.

mahesh kumar yadav (Advocate)     16 September 2008

hi,




 


this is mahesh kumar yadav Advocate, I understood your query, yes you can transfer the immovable property through WILL DEED, the blood relatives can execute the WILL DEED, THE WILL DEED DOES NOT REQUIRE REGISTRATION


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