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If a person \'x\' had a property in bangalore, with a GPA registration in his name. Now if the person had died 10 years from now, is there any process to get the property registered in his wife\'s nam

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Reported on November 18, 2011 from Bangalore , Karnataka  | Report #49414


This is a grey area of the law and we are examining this issue. Currently, the Supreme Court has struck down the validity of GPAs as a legal means of transfer of property. However, this is to have prospective effect. I would therefore believe that earlier GPAs will have the force of law and can be used as a valid basis to prove the ownership of property, which can then be transferred through an inheritance process in the name of the indvidual's spouse. However, it is best to have this checked by a Lawyer. Please let us know too, of the correct legal opinion.


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If a person 'x' had a property in bangalore, with a GPA registration in his name. Now if the person had died 10 years from now, is there any process to get the property registered in his wife's name.

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