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Q.Principle borrowers mother's property can attached as she died

Q. Principle borrowers mother's property can attached as she died

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Anonymous

posted 1 week ago

please guide me regarding my case in which principle borrowers defaults to pay loan and doesn't own any property but he is living in house which belongs to his Mother's name and his mother died long back.... so will that property can b attached to court to recover loan please please please please please please please please please.. advice so much important
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A. Dear Sir,
If that property comes to him after the death of his mother then it can be attached.

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A. If nothing any other legal hair to them then it will be possible

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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Responded 6 days ago

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A. If he is the legal heir then after the death of the mother such property shall go to him by general rules of succession.
However if he is not the only child then he shall have a part share in the property.
In my opinion you can bring his property to recover the loan amount provided that you can prove that he is the owner of the house where he stays. If he is the sole owner you can bring the whole property and if he is the part owner then you can bring only the share he is entitled to.
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Shreyash Mohta

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Responded 6 days ago

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A. Dear Client,
If that property claiments is exclusive owner or that property has been transfered to his name then only may be attached , however to what extent loan deed or agreement states depend on that also. You may consult for detail guidance and legal advice on paid service.
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Sanjay Kumar Jha

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Responded 6 days ago

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A. yes

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A. yes

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A. Legal notice to get your legal right
Consult & Pay

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Sunil Kumar Singh

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Responded 1 week ago

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