My mother made a registered WILL in her 2 son's names for her 50% share in a flat. This WILL is probated in Mumbai. The other 50% share in the flat is my father's who is very old & sick. He has given his 1 son his P.O.A. to sell his 50% share. The share certificate bears the names of father & mother. Society said they will transfer mother's 50% share in the next Annual General meeting which is after 8 months. Both sons want to sell this property. Buyer is willing to purchase the flat which still does not bear the names of the 2 sons in Share certificate.
My question is if both sons can sign the sale deed & get sale deed registered in such a case even though their names are not on the share certificate ??
Answered on: 3/24/12, 6:21 am by Naresh Bandi
In your case if the said prospecsdvie buying is ready to buy the said falt by mentioning your both sons name & signature go head but in the proposed "Sale Deed recitals" you please mention the vature of property how you both succeeded the falt/said Property i.e on the basis of Will and your father's gift deed, Disclosing the facts are good at stage of Sale Deed execution in the sale Deed.
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