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Q.Hand Loan given w/o agreement but With land mortgage

Q. Hand Loan given w/o agreement but With land mortgage

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My query pertains to a hand loan given to a person but without any such agreement. This loan was given on a trust basis and the issue as such been over more than 10 years old. However, I had kept the mortgage property of the person who obtained a loan from me. My requirement is to sell this mortgage property(no PoA) and recover my dues. Is there a legal way to go about?
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A. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge has given correct advice. Your keeping the papers of the property does not come under mortgage by deposit of title deeds. but a private lending is not prohibited unless those papers are pertaining to agricultural lands.

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A. Kindly contact or visit to vidhikarya lawyer office for proper legal advise and procedure.

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Deepak Bade

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Responded 7 months ago

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A. Come on paid consultation

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ROBERT D ROZARIO

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Responded 7 months ago

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A. You have to make documents for disposal or salable in order to recover your dues,Now Money lending without valid money lending licence is offence punishable in Maharashtra because of Famers Suicide,better to solve the issue peacefully and collect your dues,because on any action from the party will be to your account and consequences.

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Ambrose Leo

Experience: 9 Year(s)

Responded 8 months ago

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A. No unless you as well as the person who took loan from you are from bombay. In bombay mortgage by deposit of title deeds is a legal mortgage but not anywhere else in India

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T B L Murthy

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Responded 8 months ago

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A. Needs to have an access of the mortgage deed ,before giving any realistic advice

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Anand

Experience: 10 Year(s)

Responded 8 months ago

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A. Dear sir,
It cannot be sold until you file a suit for foreclosure if it is registered mortgage deed. If it is unregistered mortgage deed then file a suit for declaration and enjoy the property.

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