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Asked July 24, 2019

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Hello, I am planning to buy an old flat which was purchased by the current owner in 2006.During that time , the flat was owned by husband and wife and sale was executed between wife and the current owner using the GPA issued by husband to wife from Dubai. GPA was signed/stamped by Indian consulate but was not adjudicated in India but executed the sale.If the same property is being sold again to another buyer now in 2019 (after 13 years) ,will it be a valid deal ? All other documents like sale deed executed in 2006 ,EC till today's date and Katha are in the name of current owner only.In which year adjudication of foreign GPA became mandatory in Karnataka ? Was it mandatory in 2006 ? Thanks and regards Sajan

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As such GPA does not require any alleged "Adjudication". In fact it is to be properly stamped. GPA is valid. If required consult with details. Sidhartha Srivastav

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