Will registration and subsequent process Will registration and subsequent process

I have bought one flat in the name of me and my mother jointly in Bangalore and our permanent address in Andhra and mother stays in Andhra. She wants to register a will with regard to the half share i

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A will is the only document which is good even without registration and its upto you whether you want that to be registered or not. But remember that a will must be witnessed by at least two persons otherwise it will be ineffective. If you wish to register that will then its better to get it done in Bangalore where the property is situated as that will minimize the complications.

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Want to find out the current situation of my inherited property. Want to find out the current situation of my inherited property.

My mother has land which is inherited by me and my brother (it is still in my mother's name). Can my brother show himself as the legal heir of the land in court and conquer the entire land. He took my

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TO know the current situation and dig out the related information you will have to go in trial and error method. For example if the bank has provided mortgage loan and the mortgage is registered then you can visit the sub-registrar office and enquire about it. Else you can got to the bank and seek the information.

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Claim on property based on payments made towards buying it. Claim on property based on payments made towards buying it.

Hi, I just wanted to understand what all options I have. I had bought a property. Out of family pressure I had added my mother and brother in the property as co owners even though I have been making

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It is not possible to claim or reclaim the part of the property in your name just because your paying the EMI. What you have to do is to get those portion transferred in your name through some conveyance deed preferably a gift deed.

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purchase of agriculture land under dispute purchase of agriculture land under dispute

I have purchased agriculture land from say "A". After registering the land in my name I acme to know that the land is under dispute and the civil court has passed a order restricting "A" from selling

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The agreement/contract and the sale of the land is invalid as it was barred by the law/court hence the seller should return your money as soon as possible. If he does not do that then you can file a case in the court for recovering the amount paid to him. Send him a legal notice before filing a case.

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NRI in canada property gift to brother in india NRI in canada property gift to brother in india

My brother who is currently in canada wants to gift me an apartment in uttam nagar, Delhi

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He will have to come down to India to gift you the property as per the legal process by registering the gift deed to your name. Else if he has a power of attorney then through that power of attorney you can get the gift deed registered in your name.

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Documents needed for resale flat Documents needed for resale flat

Hi. I wanted to buy a flat in Goa which is 8 years old. Apartments are in a resort. So when I asked for papers, the broker gave me sale deed that's all. But my parents are asking mutation, khata, encu

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Your broker is wrong as during the construction those documents cannot be there and can be created only after the completion of construction. For buying a property you need to evaluate these docs
Last Sale Deed
Mutation Certificate (If done)
Property Tax receipts
Khata/EC ( as per the local law)
Completion Certificate
Occupancy certificate
Last electricity bill in the name of the seller
NOC from the Association for sale

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Using a common portion of property without my permission Using a common portion of property without my permission

I and my brother have jointly owned land, and he is keeping his flower pots and is using 90% of that land without my verbal or written permission. I want to get rid of it as that place is connected to

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Since it is jointly owned property hence one person cannot take possession of maximum part and use them for himsefl without informing and seeking consent from the other party. You can ask him to remove all that or else you will have to go to court for further relief.

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Land Dispute  under Cpc 144 Land Dispute under Cpc 144

I had filed a pitition under Cpc 144 in Sub Collector office, Patnagarh through my advocate. A complete biased decision in favour of the OP given by Sub Collector office, Patnagarh, Odisha with out va

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If the 144 case decision was in the favour of the opposite party then you cannot invoke this and lodge a complaint against him. If they have trespassed your property and causing harm to you then file a police complaint against him

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Buying A CGHS flat in Faridabad Buying A CGHS flat in Faridabad

I am planning to buy a newly built CGHS flat in Faridabad. Builder says no registration required only share certificate will be issued. Since it is CGHS by definition there must have been an earlier s

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Any flat or property of any other kind must be registered in order to validate the purchase and ensure you are its rightful owner. A share certificate cannot be enough to prove full ownership.
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We have signed a MOU against our land we have received cheques but have not deposited them as we have got information that buyer is fraudster. We have signed a MOU against our land we have received cheques but have not deposited them as we have got information that buyer is fraudster.

We have signed a MOU against our land we have received cheques but have not deposited them as we have got information that buyer is fraudster. But that buyer has deposited certain amount in one of our

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Send them a notice ( preferably through a lawyer) for cancellation of the MoU and refund his amount. If he does not accept the amount then you can send the money to his account through RTGS/NEFT. Ensure that you cancel the MoU as per the cancellation terms mentioned therein.

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