1) If the gift by the father to the daughter is by registered gift deed, the gift deed cannot be cancelled unilaterally .
2) The subsequent sale by father is actually void and the third party sale deed is legally invalid as the daughter (de-facto owner) has not executed the sale deed.
3) Adangal records entry does not confer title on the person whose name is arrayed in adangal records. Adangal records are only indicative of person who is liable to pay taxes to government if any.
4)It is true that a gift deed should be accepted by the Donee. However the effect of acceptance varies from case to case.Gift deed executed in favour of daughter during marriage (pasupu kumkuma) is valid even if the daughter has not done any other thing such as mutation, payment of electricity bills etc pertaining to the property so as denote her acceptance of gift.
5) Father can acquire full rights if and only if both the girl and her father execute a registered cancellation deed and not other wise.
6) If the father wants to cancel the gift deed, he has to approach the civil court and get the same cancelled.
7) The daughter should also approach the civil court to cancel any documents of conveyance executed by her father, subsequent to execution of registered gift deed.
8) If both the father and daughter resolve their disputes, then the sale deed executed by father has to be rectified, by filing the rectification deed, and in that rectification deed, the daughter should be arrayed as a consenting party.
Once the daughter signs the document as consenting party, the third party will acquire clear title. For rectification deed, the fees for stamp duty and registration will be Rs3500-/-
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