Please suggest if there is other procedures to go in the depth of reasons behind the cancellation of mutation and also suggest what types of efforts can be done in order to complete the mutation process for the said land.
If the land revenue department has rejected the application for mutation by the vendor for the cited reasons, it is a very serious issue. It can be construed that the vendor though purchased, he is not in possession of the entire property now offered for sale because his vendor has sold him the landed property which was not physically available nor he was authorised to sell nor was having any title to the property he sold, therefore your vendor is also trying to sell the property for which he is not having proper title. Have you physically verified and confirmed the property?
if not then ask the vendor to identify the property to be sold and you may have the survey report of the property to find out whether the property now offered for sale is his property or not before venturing into this purchase. You dont have to rescue your vendor for his mutation problem, he only has to clear the problem and give you the mutated records.
We need experts’ advice whether we should purchase the land or not. If we purchase the land what adverse effects we may face in future.
You are trying to purchase the land which is physically not available or it has been sold to somebody already or it is somebody else's property.
So what is the use of purchasing the property which is not available and then run behind police station, court for cases in this regard.
We feel that the seller party may deny to return the bainama amount (INR 50000/-). If this situation occurs, please advise us the procedures which we can follow to get our bainama amount back from the party.
You point out this irregularity and demand the return of the advance amount, if he refuses, with the available evidence, you should issue a legal notice demanding him to return the amount or else you can initiate recovery suit besides lodging a criminal complaint for the offences of cheating.