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Q. sale of property in other state

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Anonymous

posted 10 months ago

I have a property in gujarat and i want to sell it but as i am planning to leave abroad can i give power of attorney to my father to execute it.. moreover.. now we reside in bangalore so is that ok to meet a local lawyer and get it done so that it is valid in gujarat for the purpose of sale.
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A. Execute a special power of attorney in favour of your father / anybody and get it registered either at the place of your current residence i.e. in Bengaluru (in the Office of Sub-Registrar in whose jurisdiction you have residence proof) or at the place where the property is situated and specify complete details of the property to be sold.
Since the POA is for sale of immovable property, even if the special POA is registered with the SRO Bengaluru it will be valid for the purpose of sale of your property in Gujarat. Alternatively, if a buyer is ready you go and register the sale deed personally or execute registered special POA in favour of your father.

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Ramalingaiah Mulakatte

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A. yes certainly. Just contact a good lawyer expert in property matters.

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GANESH SHARMA

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A. Yes you can execute a registered power of attorney in favour of your father to sell that property. The property details should be fully described in power of attorney.
You may execute the power of attorney at the place where you are residing presently.

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Mohd Imran

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A. Under the Apex Court landMark judgement GPO is not valid for execution & transfer of Immovable property, better to consult a Professional Property Lawyer to guide & help you on all aspects of the issue for execution and dispose of immovable property under the law.

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Ambrose Leo

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A. Better option is to sign a power of attorney in favour of a person who resides there (e. g. your father). You would have to register the deed of sale at the particular office of sub registrar within whose jurisdiction the property falls. For registration of such a document anywhere else is very complicated and also not advisable. If you find a buyer soon, you can personally go and execute the sale deed in Gujarat. If not, it is advisable to executed a registered power of attorney in favour of your father, at the same SRO where the property falls.

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A. Yes you can execute POA in favour of your father to sell the property.However please note you have executed registered power of Attorney.
Rajeev
RJ Associates
Trivandrum

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Rajeev RJ

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