Dispute of my wife's open plot land in Ulhasnagar
My wife had sold the plot in MARCH 2003 thru unregistered agreement of sale on stamp paper of Rs. 50/- and an Irrevocable power of attorney given on stamp paper of rs.100/- in sale consideration of Rs.40,00,000/- apart from this Rs.17,50,000/- in cash within 3-4 months and rs.22,50,000/- in proprieties within period of 1 and half year which he notarized in Ulhasnagar court copy of which he didn’t given.
In Jan 2004 he called us in his office to finalize the deal and prepared another unregistered agreement to sale on stamp paper of Rs. 100/- of Rs.7,00,000/- against that he had given the cheques which was cleared and an unregistered irrevocable power of attorney on rs. 100/- stamp paper and prepared the agreements related to proprieties of rs.22,50,000/- after getting our signatures on all the papers he not given the papers saying his brothers of whom he included the names are not present, he will give afterwards.
Just after he became wanted in a criminal case, so in Feb 2005 we cancelled all the documents thru an advocate by notices and by public notice in local Newspapers. In march 2007 we intimated to S.D.O office , Sub-Registrar, UMC about the cancellation with Xerox copies attached.
In Feb-2008 we came to know that in Oct-2007 he made three agreements of sale in his name, his brother’s name and his nephews ‘name by using agreement of sale and irrevocable power of attorney of Jan-2004 in the total consideration of RS.7,00,000/- which we already revoked in Feb-2005. Mainly he paid the government duty on the valuation of Rs.42, 00,000/-.
We won the change of name case from S.D.O Office UNR, The Collector Office Thane in 2008 but lost in Konkan Bhavan Mumbai in 2009 as Ex-Partie order nobody was present from our side. After that we appealed in Revenue Department in Mantralaya. The matter is pending
At present we have filled a civil suit in 2008 for cancellations of all the agreements to sale and irrevocable power of attorneys and an F.I.R was filled against which his anticipatory bail was cancelled in Kalyan court and twice in Hon’ble Bombay High Court at present there is stay by saying this is a civil dispute
We want to know about how much strong is our case. We need a top qualified senior lawyer who can fight all our cases and as early as possible try to get the justice from the civil court and a criminal case pending in Hon’ble Bombay High Court and change of name case pending in Mantralaya.
Thanks a lot.
Sunil M Matai
MB.NO:09822173873 E-mail ID:firstname.lastname@example.org
Asked 3 years ago in Civil Law from ulhasnagar, Maharashtra
without going through the case papers it is not possible to advice . your litigation has a chequered history . if you desire a second opinion better consult any lawyer practising in bombay high court for his opinion .
I feel that you consult a learned lawyer Mr.Ajay Sethi,
Without perusing threadbare all the documents related to the case it is not proper to advice.
Since the case pertains to Bombay High Court I recommend Mr.Ajay Sethi who has achieved an impeccable reputation for his legal acumen, fairness and integrity.
1. Without perusing the pepers, no proper advice can be given,,
2. You can contact our co-expert Adv. Ajay Sethi for the purpose.