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TOPIC: Can SC/ST land be purchased

Post requires moderation for new members 2 years 1 month ago #4076

i am trying to buy a site of SC ST who is the third owner after the sites have been made .. is it also danger .. to be avoided.
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Post requires moderation for new members 2 years 1 month ago #4078

When buying an SC/ST site, you would need to confirm whether the first SC/ST owner had the right to sell the land. If the land was sold by him before the end of lease period or after the PTCL act came into existence, then it could be a problem. If the land has been sold after PTCL act, then it could be a problem. There have been also cases where SC/ST have sold land and then their legal heirs have requested or the initial sellers have requested for return of land. I have written more about this issue in the below link:

www.indiarealestateforums.com/news-feed-...and-act-in-karnataka

I would suggest that you show the documents to a lawyer, check whether it was a grant land, etc. to ensure that you don't get penalised for a previous buyer's mistake.

Please feel free to let me know in case of any further queries.
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Post requires moderation for new members 1 year 9 months ago #5721

Hi

I want to know what is the PTCL affect on SC/ST land on the following conditions

1. Land is granted in 1936 to SC/ST and they converted land in 2013, Dc gave permission to sell their land provided they buy one more land with production of sale deed of new land bought. In the letter it also mentioned that in future they cant go to court asking for reinstatement under PTCL.And after that it was sold to the builder.
2. Builder got the sale deed in his name applied for BMRDA approval and formed a layout
3. Sites are being sold now

My question is can we but these sites and whats the effect of PTCL will the SC/ST owner can regidter the land in his name in later stage.

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Post requires moderation for new members 1 year 9 months ago #5722

Hi Pradeep,

I would suggest you check the DC permission to look for any other conditions. Based on the information given by you, I would say that one of the conditions to ensure that the land is not demanded by the owner later is to check whether the initial seller purchased another land.
Also I am assuming that DC permission would have been given only after the no transfer period was over (which should be over by all probability). However, if the original grant documents are present, then just check for whether the period mentioned in the grant document is over.

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Post requires moderation for new members 1 year 2 weeks ago #7481

There is no law regarding this You should consider some legal advisor who will tell you exactly about the law. Never expect everything to be right here on internet.
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Consult a lawyer.
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