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- yes u can sell it If the GPA opens...as what a high court say's it's still not clear that wheather the GPA can be tranferred as a sale deed if a land is freehold...or a simple GPA tranfer with Stamp Duty....now coming to ur question....yes u can sell ur Floor easily with all the documents...and declaring the legal heirs ...but a buyer will always be in a confusion that there was anyy other member ur father had...is there any will given by ur grandfther to ur father if it is an ancestrol property or not....many questions.....give all details like is it an ancestrol property or ur father self owned....how many memebers ur father had in his family...so den i wil be able to clear ur doubtsCommentQuote1Flag
- Hi Investor81,
Appreciate you taking time out to help me!! Let me give you the complete history step by step...
1. The property was originally leased out to my Grandmother, Father & Uncle. This was around the time of partition. The property had ground floor and first floor then (all owned by us).
2. My Grandmother died intestate in 1972. She had 3 legal heirs – my Father, my Uncle (who was there in L&DO records) and my Aunt (Bua). Since the laws then did not mandate inheritance to married daughters, the property was transferred to my Father and my Uncle’s names in L&DO records.
3. My Uncle transferred his interest in the property to my Father and Bua through a relinquishment deed. This was also affected in L&DO records through mutation. This is the last change carried out in L&DO records.
4. In 1995, my Bua signed off her interest in the property to my Father through a registered Agreement to Sell/GPA/SPA/Will. However, this change did not reflect in L&DO records.
5. My Father constructed 2nd floor on the property. The ground floor and 2nd floors were then sold off (proceeds of ground floor went to my Uncle’s family).
6. My Father died intestate in 1997. My Mother, 2 Sisters and I are his legal heirs.
7. Possibly this is inconsequential – person owning the 2nd floor constructed a 3rd floor on the property.
8. My Mother also died intestate in 2011.
9. Both Sisters transferred their shares in the property to me through registered relinquishment deed in 2012.
Kindly note that in L&DO records, first floor unit is still in my Father and Bua’s names. Due to some archaic laws, L&DO refuses to acknowledge the presence of 2nd & 3rd floors unless they are owned by the person owning 1st floor. Therefore, mutation of the first floor in my name is not possible.
As per my understanding, papers leading up to my ownership are clear. Kindly suggest if I can sell the floor through GPA etc if it does open up.
- well boughtin3c...all your points are understood ( as what u described ) according to this it means that u own a first floor....
1. As u have a RD from ur sis and ur father had also a RD so it is clear that a floor is in ur name now.
2. yes u can sell it easily as a GPA but Registered GPA ( if opens ) ...by paying a Stamp duty ....
3. u will have all the documents in ORIGINAL as a buyer will ask for it...NO COPY
Now coming to main part....as it is a GPA transaction so do u have a GPA transferred by your Father in ur name or in ur mother name....as what prev. GPA means right to sell...right to rent...right to transfer.....
so if u have any GPA tranferred by ur father to u then there will be no question arised by anyone in selling part.
now on the other side....if u don't have any GPA
then there will be some difficulties ...as u have to first freehold the land and its a lengthy process...and you have to pay many penalities and all shared by each and every floor....
L&DO records can be changed at the time of freehold while showing ur Bua's RD.
Let me clear with this GPA part that ur father or mother executed it to u or not....then i will see what can happen ...CommentQuote0Flag
- Hi Investor81,
Thanks for your reply! I want to highlight that my Father did not have an RD. My Bua had sold her interest through an Agreement to Sell. My Father is no more and therefore, it is not possible to get a GPA in my favour. Are you then saying I will need to go in for freehold? Is that the only way I can sell this floor? Knowing L&DO, getting this converted to freehold is almost impossible. Wouldn’t I become the owner through inheritance laws and RD etc?