• property papers not available

Hi,

We have a land property in a village in MP. The property is on my father's name. Both my father and mother died 15 years back.  I am the eldest son in the family. Till now my younger brother was residing the property premise . He also died last year. Now I want to sell off the property and distribute the money to all the legal hiers( sisters/brother's wife). The problem is that the property papers are lost. Please recommend a process through which selling of this property can take place/what steps are to be taken in such a scenario. Also, few years back all the siblings signed a paper authorizing me to take all the decisions regarding this property.

Thanks,
Suresh
Asked 2 years ago in Property Law from Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh
you can apply for certified copies from the tehsil ,where kharsa and khtauni record are maintain
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1) if sale deed on basis of which you purchased property is lost lodge an FIR with local police station regarding the same .

2) apply for certified copy of sale deed from sub registrar office .
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