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Hello sir/madam

i had purchased a house nearly 30 years ago in a colony allotted to economically weaker section under demolition of construction from some area. That house was allotted on lease basis on the name of original allottee. actually the houses in that area were not registered in name of buyers after purchase. that sale and purchase process depends on power of attorney. so the seller had made the power of attorney of selling in my name.
But now after 30 years his wife has come and said that his husband did not sell that house. and stated that we had illegal possession on this house.
now the point is that we have power of attorney in our name and we are paying the all lease rent to government from the last 30 years.
but the house is still on the name of her husband in government record.
but sir everyone in that area had purchase those houses on power of attorney.
so please guide me about my this problem.
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A person who holds the right to title can only duly transfer the same to his successor/purchaser. A power of Attorney remains limited to the purposes mentioned under such Power of Attorney.

Thus, the nature of such power of attorney of the seller i.e. the husband of the concerned lady, power of Attorney of yours apart from ypur long term possession, existing sale deed & Record of Right on Govt. Record if any will be the deciding factor in respect of this property.

Wish you all the best.
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Your query can be duly answered only after going through the relevant documents in hand. Otherwise there can only be speculations.

Best Regards.
Mrs Sunita(spadhi100@gmail.com)
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Thank you so much for your valuable guidance mam.

But as you said that the power of attorney remains limited to the purposes mentioned under such POA.
So, mam can you please clarify about my situation in brief.
because according to that power of attorney, it has been mentioned in that He is selling that house to me.

Can you please suggest me, what should i do in such condition.
whether am i going to lose my house.?
please reply.
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