If every thing is o.k. then you can purchase the flat. We have to look into the fact as to whether such sale was legal or violative of any of the conditions to avoid future complications. Further the name of Inam Land is to be looked into. The following relevant provisions to be looked into. Whether the land was converted into Non Agricultural Land. Thus several factors to be looked into. As the flats are already constructed even if there is any irregularity the government take some penalty then regularize the same. Be confident and with free mind purchase. For every purchase of immovable property there will sort of risk. Nothing to worry.
The relevant portion of the relevant Sections read:-
Mysore (Religious and Charitable) Inarns Abolition Act, 1955.
Under the provisions of the Act all religious inam lands stood vested in the State Government with effect from 1-4-1959, on which date the Act came into force. The Act provided that after the Inam tenure is abolished, and the lands are vested in the State, occupancy rights in respect of erstwhile inam lands be conferred in favour of persons who were Kadim tenants and Permanent tenants under Sections 4 and 5 of the Act respectively. In respect of other tenants, other than Kadim tenants and permanent tenants, Section 6 of the Act provided that from the date of vesting the said tenants shall continue as tenants under the Government in respect of the lands of which they were the tenants under the Inamdar prior to the date of vesting. Section 8 of the Act provided that except in respect of the categories of lands specified in the said Section, the Inamdar was entitled to be registered as an occupant of the lands which stood vested in the Government consequent on the Abolition of the Inam lands. The relevant portion of the relevant Sections read:-
"4. Kadim tenants to be registered as occupants of their holdings:- (1) Every Kadim tenant of the Inamdar shall, with effect on and from the date of vesting, be entitled to be registered as an occupant in respect of all lands which, immediately before the date of vesting, were properly included in his holding."
xxx xxx xxx "5. PERMANENT TENANTS TO BE REGISTERED AS OCCUPANTS ON CERTAIN CONDITIONS:- (1) Subject to the provisions of Sub-section (2), every permanent tenant of the inamdar shall, with effect on and from the date of vesting, be entitled to be registered as an occupant in respect of all lands of which he was a permanent tenant immediately before the date of vesting."
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6. OTHER TENANTS TO BE TENANTS UNDER GOVERNMENT:- Every tenant of the Inamdar other than a kadim tenant or a permanent tenant shall, with effect on and from the date of vesting, and subject to the provisions of Chapter IV, be entitled to be continued as a tenant under the Government in respect of land of which he was a tenant under the Inamdar immediately before the date of vesting.
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8. LANDS AND BUILDINGS TO VEST IN THE INAMDAR:- (1) Subject to the provisions of Sub-section (3) every inamdar shall, with effect on and from the date of vesting, be entitled to be registered as an occupant of all lands other than -
(i) communal lands, waste lands, gomal lands, forest lands; tank beds, mines, quarries, rivers, streams, tanks and irrigation works;
(ii) lands in respect of which any person is entitled to be registered under Sections 4 or 5; or is entitled to be continued as a tenant under Section 6; and
(iii) lands upon which have been erected buildings owned by any person other than the Inamdar."