Power of attorney versus gift deed for property to friend Power of attorney versus gift deed for property to friend

Hi, Due to some unavoidable reason, me and my friend are planning to buy a property which is going to be registered in my name. However, I will be giving a irrevocable power of attorney soon after so

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Posted 2 months ago


A. The question here is that what is it that you want to safeguard? Is it the legally valid transfer of the property to your friend or your rights in the property? Unless you let us know what is the safeguard you are looking for the answer is difficult to provide.

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Power Of Attorney- Main points. information to be included Power Of Attorney- Main points. information to be included

What are the main points/ information required to be incorporated by the principal,( non-resident ) who wants to execute a deed of conveyance for the purchase of property through his attorney and regi

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
It depends upon facts of your case. Please share more details about history of your case to draft Power of Attorney.

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POWER OF ATTORNEY POWER OF ATTORNEY

My Father after giving general power of attorney of residential building to my mother in 2003 , gifted this property to my elder brother in 2004 through gift deed, can you please let me know after gi

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Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
He should have cancelled Power of Attorney before executing Gift Deed but he may deny such execution of Power of Attorney and validate execution of Gift Deed.

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Ancestor land registered against gpa Ancestor land registered against gpa

I had taken a gpa of 18 people to sell our land I have sold the land now I am distributing the money they are blackmailing me for more money they have charged the sdm for registering the gpa, now what

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hi,
Power of Attorney, or POA, is a legal document giving an attorney-in-charge or legal agent the authority to act on behalf of the principal. You have the right to do in accordance with the power of attorney and they can't do anything if you have done something in that capacity.
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Registering Power of Attorney - Implications Registering Power of Attorney - Implications

I am writing to seek advice regarding legal related implications for sale of my agriculture land. I am planning to sell an agricultural land in a rural Tamil Nadu. The buyer wants to register the land

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hi,
The buyer is someone to whom the property is being transferred. If you want to execute power of attorney to someone, he won't be the owner of the property but has the right to do transactions related to the property. PoA is a legal document giving an attorney-in-charge or legal agent the authority to act on behalf of the principal.
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Kindly suggest legal procedure to buy below property. Kindly suggest legal procedure to buy below property.

URGENT REPLY...... Independent house purchased by Mr.X on sale deed in 1980 and Mr.X is having 6 childrens (4 Sisters and 2 Brothers) Mr.X died in the year 1995 and Mr.X wife died in the year 2019.

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Hello Client,


1. All of the children are the legal heirs of the said property, after the demise of both the parents who died without intestate. all of them has equal right over the property.
2. Registered GPA must be made to complete the registration process.
3. Yes, consent must be taken from all the legal heirs.
4. No, it cannot be made.
5. No, there is no alternative method.
6. The grandchildren will have their rights over the property if the legal heir means one of the siblings is no more ...ReadMore

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My question is without transfer of ownership from father to children's (6 members) is it possible to make GPA from his children's My question is without transfer of ownership from father to children's (6 members) is it possible to make GPA from his children's

House ownership exist on Father Name who is having 6 children's (4 Sisters and 2 Brothers). Ownership father and his wife died many years back. Out of 4 sister one is staying at USA she is currently i

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Posted 5 months ago


A. You and your sisters and brother are firstly required to get the property mutated in their name and thereafter to give GPA or SPA in your favour authorising you to maje sale if property in question. You can take GPA of your sisters and brothers for getting the property mutated.

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Selling the property from abroad Selling the property from abroad

Sir I am trying to sell a flat in Goa India but due to covid my Father who is leaving in Oman muscat cannot come down to Goa India and the Flat is in my both father's and mother's name but but mother

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Your father will have to remain present in India for sale agreement registration process, even if Power of Attorney is executed in someone else's favour the same will be required to be registered since it involves sale of property. I would advise you to ask buyer to wait for some time if possible. Thank you.

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Power of attorney vs property rights Power of attorney vs property rights

Is power of attorney is same as giving up all the rights on the property after marriage? If a girl signs power of attorney, does that mean she has no right on any property from her mother or father ?

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear client,
No power of attorney is just relinquishing the rights for certain purpose.
A girl if not interested in her mother's or father's property has to sign non objection and not power of attorney because when she has no legal papers or any legal right then she has no right over her father and mother's property.
Let me give u an example: if father or mother or both the parents are no more and they have written some WILL saying that the property goes to girl then she has the entire property ...ReadMore

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Power of Attorney Power of Attorney

There is an agricultural field in my mother's name in Rajasthan, can she make and register a Power of Attorney in my name in UP and will it be valid in Rajasthan for the purposes of selling and signin

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
Yes, it is valid provided registration took place where the property situate.

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