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Q. Partial Building registration possibility?

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Ridha Akbar

posted 1 year ago

Q.Partial Building registration possibility?
Hi, my father in law own earned property ( 2 story building )due to some personal reason( To safeguard from his elder son) ,he registered in the name of his son in law based on the trust . (like sold-Actually no money involved in it).At that particular timing my husband age was 19yrs (he also signed the reg. document .now he is 31 yr old .how can we recover from him. Is there any possibility to register a floor at least on my husband name? Any legal move in it?

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Ashish K Dongre

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Responded 1 year ago

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A. ) State full facts otherwise get paid consultation.

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Deepak Yashwantrao Bade

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A. ) your query is not clarify the position of property. better way to consult with expert property lawyer of vidhikarya

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Ambrose Leo

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A. ) Partial building is not possible for registration without the Noc/ no encumbrance from other parties in the interest in the property.Better to consult a property lawyer from the panel of Vidhikarya to take up the issue on all aspects to guide & help you quickly.

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ROBERT D ROZARIO

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A. ) Facts not clear. Legal positions cannot be answered without complete facts, as the answer will differ from one facts to other facts. From your writing its seems you are referring to a gift deed. But its just a presumption, need to review the document which you referring to. Contact me through Vidhikarya.

Clarify... how many son-in-law are you referring- one or two.

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