4) speak to a local lawyer. The purchase agreement and the MPA must be implemented for additional advice 1. If the AMP does not contain the power to carry out the deed of sale, the result of the sale can only be carried out by the original seller or by his legal heirs who must be traced. 3) In Harbans Singh v. Shanti Devi, 1977 RLR 487, the seller had executed a sale agreement in favour of the buyer and the general power in favour of her husband. The general power was described as irrevocable and allowed the lawyer to resell the subject. The seller then terminated the agreement for the sale and all other documents, including the general power of attorney. The Tribunal found that the general power was irrevocable, which was challenged in the appeal process to the Court of Justice. The Division of the Court found that the general power had been executed against a valuable consideration and that the agent had an interest in the property and that, therefore, the general power was irrevocable.
3) On the basis of the deed of sale of the GPA can be executed by Company 1. Here, the owner of the AMP is the company. The company is not required to conduct a new MPA. If the GPA expressly has the power to sell in favour of the association, then it can make a deed of sale. The power of society comes solely from the GPA. 1. The Registrar may absolutely authorize the registration of the deed of sale if the AMP expressly entrusts the association with the power to do so. 4) In Suraj Lamp and Private Industries Limited v. State of Haryana, 183 (2011) DLT 1 (SC), the Supreme Court ruled that general Power of Attorney did not give title or interest to real estate, except to the extent of the limited rights granted under Section 53A of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 and Section 202 of the Contract Act, 1872. The Supreme Court has held that general power transactions cannot be treated as a complete transfer, but they can be considered an existing sale agreement and the lawyer holder can execute the deed of transport in the exercise of the power sale agreement with the GPA with property funds, there is a promise of sale , but possession is given openly, but the GPA cum sale means Sale-Deed which itself has been registered. Your last query has an answer to your question. This is an irrevocable MPA in favour of the company, the Registrar may allow the company to carry out a deed of sale i either its own favour or to a third party.