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Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • It is safe to vacate to shift only after plans are sanctioned for the buildings. At this point, the IOD must be issued by the planning authority. IOD which stands for Intimation of Disapproval, is the first permit considered for construction.


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  • The promoter shall execute a registered conveyance deed in favour of the allottee along with the undivided proportionate title in the common areas to the association of the allottees or the competent authority, as the case may be, and hand over the physical possession of the plot, apartment of building, as the case may be, to the allottees and the common areas to the association of the allottee...
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  • RERA stipulates that the area handed to a flat purchaser cannot vary more than 3% from the area mentioned in the agreement. In any case, flat purchaser can claim the difference in case he is given less area than promised in agreement



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  • All legal heirs of the grandfather will be entitled to their shares in the property depending on the religion you follow, the share of the elder son who has expired will devolve on his heirs.

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  • If the family settlement records transfer of property from name of one person to another then the same would attract stamp duty. If the properties had been acquired from joint family funds then the stamp duty can be minimized on that account.

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  • You can file a partition suit in connection with the share held by your father in the property in question and such suit can be filed in a court within whose jurisiction the property is located.

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  • You would have to seek partition of the property from a civil court, if the property cannot be divided in metes and bounds, then it would have to be sold and the sale proceeds distributed accordingly. Alternatively, you could always transfer your share in the flat in favour of your wife by way of a Gift Deed.