Irrevocable general power of attorney
my dad's cousin purchased a plot from main owner in 1985 on gpa which is irrevocable mentioned in papers with consideration after that my mother purchased that plot on gpa in 2006 with consideration in 2009 the son's of main owner sell the same plot to someone by sell deed by showing his name in mutation.. solution to this problem.
Asked in Property Law from New Delhi, Delhi
challenge sale deed . irrevocable power of attorney for consideration cannot be revoked . the mistake you made was agreement for purchase of plot was not registered . you r father cousin did not transfer property in his name .
for mutation cancel of other person what should i do and now i have filed a criminal case against them now they are asking for compromise so please tell me how to compromise with them and register the property on my mother's name and mutation too...thanks
Asked 3 years ago
You need to challenge in the District Court the sale deed made by the original owner in favour of the subsequent purchaser. Since this plot was already purchased by your father's cousin in 1985 it could not have been sold again. The agreement for sale should have been registered.
Mutation cannot be cancelled right away. When the sale deed is held illegal by the court you can then get the property mutate din your name. Challenge the sale deed immediately lest your right to challenge it is foreclosed by the law.
engage a local lawyer . in suit filed by you challenging sale deed consent terms can be filed wherein defendants admit that property was sold to you in 1985 . it is agreed that subsequent sale deed made by owner was fraudulent and that they have no objection to said sale deed being set aside .
You have to challenge the sale deed as being void and for its deceleration to that effect from a civil court.
Also file a police complaint against the seller.
Contact for assistance.
Advocate, New Delhi