If the deed of sale is not registered, it is not valid. However, it may be considered as evidence under section 49 of the Registration Act as proof of a valid contract. The deed of sale, if it is not registered, has no validity of its own. However, a sales contract is valid if it is renewed and the payment has been made by the buyer. 1) Since your grandfather bought the land 25 years ago and you have some unregistered documents for this purpose, and the parties (except the son) have died and, in case you are in possession of the property, you can claim ownership of the property by unfavorable property. You should see the document. If it is an agreement, it can be registered. My cousin had a sales contract with the owner of a property and gave 90 percent of the money. But the sales contract was written in the stamp document of rs.20 / – and was not registered. Now the owner refuses to sell the property and has asked us to get our money returned after 2.5 years. My question is THE VALID UNREGREG REGISTERED SALES CONTRACT?. 2.IS A WAY TO APPEAL? Under article 53A, the assignee has the right to object to any attempt by the assignor to disrupt the rightful holding of the assignee of the contract of sale, and his position as an applicant or defendant should make no difference. The buyer can only use the shield as a defendant, and not as a plaintiff, to undo the spirit of Article 53A himself, because it will be possible for an overpowered contemptuous to expropriate the buyer by force, even against contractual concessions, and to force him to go to court as a plaintiff[2].

India and its metropolises are a booming real estate market. Anyone with a decent return wants to invest in an asset that ensures high returns. In general, the most important and important document with regard to the property is the contract of sale. Such a contract of sale must be registered at a particular seat of the city. Today we will discuss the validity of an unregistered sales contract and whether it is considered a valid document without registration. While the Chamber withdrew the High Court`s decision, the Chamber stated that the High Court had disregarded the above, while finding that the unreg registered document could not be taken into consideration for ancillary purposes. Section 17 of the Registration Act 1908 clearly states that all documents containing contracts for the transfer of immovable property such as land, buildings, hereditary allowances, fishing, ferries, lights, the extended right of Section 53A of the Transfer Of Property Act must be registered. To simplify this, we can say that an unreg registered agreement is not valid proof of entitlement to real estate. The sales contract is not a mandatory registration document. Your sales contract is valid and user-friendly. 22. The Scholar Advise Mr.

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