We (Owner) have a property (land) in my native, the buyer have paid 35% of the amount & had made a registered agreement for three months saying that he will clear the amount and get it registered. Till date he hasn't registered and it's almost 3 years over. The above said property is about to acquire by the Government in a year, if it gets acquired will the agreement gets auto cancelled as the due date for him to register is over or what may be the possibile consequences?
My mother in law (father's sister) (63 years) have a filled a case on the above-mentioned property after 15 days of the sale agreement saying she need a partition out of it; but the property was under my father's name, after his demise we have got it changed to mother's name & now it's registered in my mother's name; so what will be the possible consequences of outcome of this?
If my mother in law needs a partition and continues the partition suite case, what will be the outcome results of it?
Asked 9 days ago in Property Law
The ancestral property was purchased by my father himself as my father's elder brother had made some hand loan. My father cleared that loan and got it registered in his name. So, will this property also get into partition suite as it was registered for the clearance of the loan that my dad's elder brother had? (No proofs of the hand loan with us)
During the case of partition suite, notice was sent to all dependent siblings of my father and received no response from them on the partition notice. So will it benefit us in not getting the property partitioned and will it be completely owned by us. Any comments or suggestions to improvise the scenario to not get the property partitioned?
Asked 9 days ago