Minors right in ancestral property that is already sold
I am planning to buy 6 acres of land in Anathpur District.
This property is ancestral property of a certian "A" whoe has 2 sons "B" and "C".
Through a registered partition deed done by "A" this property is given to "B" by his father.
"B" has a minor daughter "D".
This property has been sold by "B" to a certain "X" in the year 2013, however since "D" was a minor she has not signed during the registration that took place in 2013.
I have now paid an advance amount to "X" to buy this property and as per the agreement i have to get this registered in 3 months time.
I have 3 questions here.
- Since "D" was a minor and has not signed during the registration to "X" will this cause a problem to me and whether "D" will have any claim on the property if i buy the same?
- Also "X" has 2 major kids.... And during registration is it mandatory to get them also sign?
- Lastly Since "D" has not signed during the registration in 2013 is there a way to get this legally sorted out now when i get this registered... If yes what exact things need to be done...
Parties, A, B, C & D are Hindus
Parties X and myself are Muslims
Your insights into this will be highly appreciated.