i am a woman, where as my mother in law gifted a house property to my daughter who was aged 5 during 2001, now my daughter who is above 18 years wishes to gift me the same property (gift from daughter to mother), does it have any problem in future by my daughter regarding any claims, can i sell the property after due registration of gift deed
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from Bangalore, Karnataka
how was property gifted by mother in law to your daughter ? was it by gift deed duly stamped and registered ?
if so your daughter is absolute owner of property . she can execute gift deed in your favour . have it duly stamped and registered
The gift should be by making a proper gift deed with relevant details and it should be registered by paying appropriate charges. After a registered gift deed you completely become the owner of that property and free to do whatever you want to.
Hi, your daughter can gift the property to you and you can sell the same to any one.......... there is no legal bar.
Adv ajay sethi sir
The gift from my mother in law to my minor daughter happened during 2001 is in the form of deed of GIFT duly stamped and registered in sub registrar office bangalore.. now my daughter who is aged above 18 transfer to me the same property with a gift deed, will be stamped and registered in SR office.
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Asked 3 years ago
If the property was gifted by your mother-in-law to your daughter through a gift deed registered and stamped then your daughter alone is the owner of the property. Hence, she can now gift it to you without any legal hassles.
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