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Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • Any document to an immoveable property, has to be by way of a registered document only. The same however does not per-se take away title to the property, but the same does make the title of the owner defective if his sale deed is unregistered.

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    Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • The Non agriculture Procedure has been simplified in 2017. However Grampanchayat approval has no meaning as Grampanchayat act of 1958 has been superceded by the MRTP act 1966 whrein the powers to grant permission is of the Collector/ Town planing Department and merely grampanchayat approval Constructions area. Violation and Illegal. Also Grampanchayat members are not Technically Qualified and M...
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    Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • Your children will have share only in property held by you and not in the property held by your ex-wife. The property of your ex-wife will devolve on her heirs depending on the religion she follows. However, there is chance that if there are absolutely no other heirs of the ex-wife, then the property could come to the share of the children of her husband (if the husband dies after the ex-wife a...
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