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- Do no worry. You need to read the judgement copy thoroughly and check these:
1. Title owner of the property you are/have purchased.
2. The survey numbers mentioned and the area of the land which concerns you.
3. What is the litigation about?
If the litigation is about the compound wall area. It is minor.
If the litigation is about ownership. It is major.
Be clear about what the litigation is about. Recheck all parent documents.
- Thanks for the response. One thing that concerns me even if I check is the person selling is a Political Party person and his brother is an Advocate. So I am little worried can they make things appear in favor to them.. Basically its a land of 4800 sqft and in which the litigation is on the 1200 sqft piece in here.CommentQuote0Flag