Jayanth Arya
Asked September 23, 2016

Sub-registrar office

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Respected sir, My father's brother (uncle) is interested in gifting his properties to me, when we went to the sub-registrar,he refused to register, the reason is, there is a suit pending on this property and also there is a temporary injunction. When I met my lawyer, the injunction was not extended and copy was submitted to the subregistrar. Sub-registrar demaded money we took endorsement in that, the point is( to prevent multiplicity of cases refusal is the main point) then we apprached district registrar, there also my work has not been done. Now my uncle has expired, how to challenge this case what is the procedure? 

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The procedure of registration of gift deed must be in accordance with Section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908. If you have followed this procedure duly and submitted all essential documents with the sub registrar before the demise of your uncle, your application can be approved.

However gift deed must be concluded while the donor is alive and if the procedure wasn’t completed then gift will not be allowed. Nevertheless, property can be transferred to you through a will if your uncle has nominated you as heir in it.

Agree Comment 0 Agrees almost 4 years ago

The procedure of registration of gift deed must be in accordance with Section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908. If you have followed this procedure duly and submitted all essential documents with the sub registrar before the demise of your uncle, your application can be approved.

However gift deed must be concluded while the donor is alive and if the procedure wasn’t completed then gift will not be allowed. Nevertheless, property can be transferred to you through a will if your uncle has nominated you as heir in it.

Agree Comment 0 Agrees almost 4 years ago

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