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Jawab Hinglish me dena . Mujhko English nahi aati. Agar Property / land ki ownership Power of attorney ke madhyam se transfer kardu, to kya usme ke baat mention kar sakta hu kya ki ye Power of attorney 300 years ki hai aur agar principal ( yani mai) ki death hone ke baad bhi ye Power of attorney valid rahegi. Ya aisa nahi kar sakta ???????

A. Dear Client, Power of Attorney can be for long or short duration or for specific period. One can cancel Power of Attorney. The Power of Attorney automatically gets cancelled or becomes invalid after the death of the person who had engaged/appointed power of Attorney. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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My wife along with 1 sister and 2 brothers jointly co own a property in UP. This property is to be rented to a bank and lease agreement to be entered . One of the owner since living in USA has executed Power of attorney in favour of my wife for representing him/signing the lease agreement on his behalf and sent to her after getting it attested by public notary. Bank however is asking for registration of this POA. Wd like to know whether notorized POA in itself not sufficient ? If no then how & where at Gwalior the holder can get the notorized POA registered?

A. Dear Client, While entering in to an Agreement with the Bank, the land owner/land owners are required to sign a lease deed as required under law.Secondly, Notorised Power of Attorney is more than enough to sign all legal papers on behalf of the person who is absent. Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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ROHITH R

Posted 1 month ago

Hi, I want to purchase a flat but the owner is not present in India and he cannot stay here for more days. His suggestion is that he can come for sale deed registration. Since I am taking home loan, I have execute sale agreement first and then the sale deed. So my question is 1. Is GPA valid for sale agreement? Their son-in-law is present in bangalore ( they have 2 children, one son-in-law is in bangalore) 2. They have not executed GPA till now, is the presence of owner is required in bangalore to perform GPA? Without the presence of owner how can we execute GPA. Owner is in Quotar so notarized GPA will work? 3.i have not met owner till now, so how can I make sure that no cheating is happening. I have to pay 15%amount during sale agreement

A. Dear client GPA is necessary for execution of sale deed.kindly try to get GPA with the presence of owner
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Rent earned through my house should not be considered under my income and ultimately taxable through my account. Can POA favoring my relatives regarding rental income and others be executed for the purpose and will be valid? Will it address my concern of taxable income?

A. Dear Client, Best option for you would be to get in touch with a Income Tax Lawyer who is regularly filing the Income Tax Return or Chartered Accountant doing the similar job.Next best alternative would be to meet the Income tax officer(ITO) directly who will do the job.The Choice is yours. Shanti Ranjan Behera, Advocate
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Jatin Shah

Posted 1 month ago

Dear Sirs, I want to sale my mother's MHADA property in Mumbai. She is out of India and not able to come to India due to her ill health. She has send me General POA and a Special POA to sale above said property. As per MHADA rule POA to be registered. Well I stay in Pune, so can I register both POA in Pune or should I register in Mumbai. Please advise. Thanks, JATIN SHAH PUNE

A. Dear client that POA should be registered into pune jurisdiction.
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Joe Deelly

Posted 2 months ago

I am holding A general Power Of Attorney which was made by my brother on my behalf from the UAE and has now returned back due to sickness, and since his Passport has also been expired does the POA also expire with its date ? as there is not date notified on the given POA for expiry. Please help as my developers are not handing my rent due to the above reason. Awaiting your kind response. Mr. Joe

A. No POA does not expire unless your brother revoke his POA. This revocation should be in writing, signed by him in front of a notary public, and delivered to the you and any third parties with whom you have been in contact. Your brother is required to issue a public notice through local newspapers, without which, the revocation shall stand void. If your POA was registered , then your brother need a registered deed of cancellation
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Transfer/Purchase of EWS flat allotted from Haryana Housing Board under GPA/Deed : Need info on the correct documentation/formalities Please share your legal advice with reference to a deal/sale i.e. proposed to me & I look forward to it with maintaining my financial/legal safety. One of the HUDA EWS Flat Allotee wants to resell his EWS(540sqft) Flat in Gurugram and I look forward to buy due to my low budget need. Due to the 5-yrs lockin period(for the allotee) as well as due to the upcoming EMIs(to be paid to HUDA for few years as per T&C), the allotee may not directly get this property ownership transferred/registered under my name, however there may be some HUDA's internal provisions/allowed procedures on the same. My agent says that he may get the GPA + Change of Address formality created/registered with HUDA as well as the upcoming EMI payments will further begin under my name from my side. Once the full payment is made, the property may later be registered with HUDA with NOC. I am curious/requesting-info if I may get the conveyance-deed executed from allotee's side along with regisring the power of attorney papers. Or, is the same not allowed? My intention is to ensure no misses and receive all required-papers with accuracy. Is there any possibility from Allotee's side to dispute/claim-back the property or will I be safe? Since the flat-registry is neither open to be registered nor possible until full time/payment is ensured, what documents should I look to receive for this allotted FLAT so that I don't have any inconvenience or fraud-possibilities tomorrow? Will the GPA still be able to be withdrawn & if yes, what input you have for my safety. If I was not well able to ask this question or you've any more input for my visibility, please help me with the guidance. With my thanks, I request you to take reference of below links as well for the HUDA policies/rules while getting me the prompt advice: http://prharyana.gov.in/en/haryana-housing-board-has-formulated-a-new-transfer-policy-to-ease-the-norms-allowing-transfer-of https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chandigarh/board-relaxes-norms-to-ease-transfer-of-property/articleshow/63541057.cms https://www.amarujala.com/chandigarh/haryana-government-housing-board-home-transfer-policy https://www.huda.org.in/_layouts/Ease/Apply%20Online%20Services-User%20Manual.pdf

A. Dear client we go through experienced property lawyer for proper legal opinion on property. Kindly visit to lawyer through vidhikarya
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I have purchased a flat in Uttam Nagar Delhi in July 2013. The owner executed a notarised irrevokable General Power of Attorney and signed the Agreement to Sale and Purchase having a stamp duty of rs 50 on GPA and Rs 10 on Sale Agreement without going to sub registrar office since she was my relative I had not pressurised her to appear in front of sub registrar. Then in 2015 when I confronted her and told her that i want to sell the property and asked her for appearing in subregistrar office , she refused. After that my lawyer suggested me to sell the property without any fear. Then in 2015, I have registered the flat in the name of third party (my wife and my sister jointly) at subregistrar office. Then the third party rented the said flat for almost 1.5 years. Recently(in july 2018) what we have found is that the owner has locked our flat with their own lock over my lock. And when we have lodged a police compaint the owner is refusing to give us the possesion back and is saying that she has not executed any gpa in her wits since she is uneducated and saying that she has not signed knowingly. Now I want to know that how to get back the possession.

A. You have to take up the issue through Vidhikarya for engaging a Professional property Lawyer of your jurisdiction and guide , help and assisit you on all aspects of the issue in favour of your custody of the flat quickly.
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Hi My father is legal heir to my maternal uncle who is deceased now.My deceased uncle has 1 brother and 3 sisters.Now the brother has came to settle and we have compromise a specific amount .Now he is telling to sign all documents after that will give amount. Is there any way to go through court to receive amount ? Waiting for ur reply. Thanks Neeraj
Whether, A person who is law graduate and provisional enrolled in bar council, can file his own power of attorney?

A. Yes provisional is sufficient to file POA
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