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The Transfer of Property Act affects land ownership in India. There are many types of land ownership in India and the free and peaceful enjoyment of land can be complicated when there are others besides the transferor who have an interest. Your question is too broad to answer in this forum.

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Neither method affects "peaceful enjoyment" of the property as long as the grantor in the deed is the owner.


The trust document should have a provision by which the trustee can transfer the property. You must follow the provisions in the trust for transfer by the trustee. Generally, in order to remove real property from a trust the trustee must execute a deed that conveys the property to a new owner.


The mortgagor is responsible for paying the mortgage. The mortgagor cannot quitclaim the property while the mortgage is outstanding. Mortgage documents have a due on transfer clause whereby the lender will call in the loan if there is a transfer of ownership. Ignoring that provision will get you and your purchaser in a lot of trouble.The mortgagor is responsible for paying the mortgage. The mortgagor cannot quitclaim the property while the mortgage is outstanding. Mortgage documents have a due on transfer clause whereby the lender will call in the loan if there is a transfer of ownership. Ignoring that provision will get you and your purchaser in a lot of trouble.The mortgagor is responsible for paying the mortgage. The mortgagor cannot quitclaim the property while the mortgage is outstanding. Mortgage documents have a due on transfer clause whereby the lender will call in the loan if there is a transfer of ownership. Ignoring that provision will get you and your purchaser in a lot of trouble.The mortgagor is responsible for paying the mortgage. The mortgagor cannot quitclaim the property while the mortgage is outstanding. Mortgage documents have a due on transfer clause whereby the lender will call in the loan if there is a transfer of ownership. Ignoring that provision will get you and your purchaser in a lot of trouble.


No. A quitclaim deed is used to transfer the title to real property. If you want to enter an agreement regarding the cost then you need to see an attorney about a sales contract or purchase and sale agreement.No. A quitclaim deed is used to transfer the title to real property. If you want to enter an agreement regarding the cost then you need to see an attorney about a sales contract or purchase and sale agreement.No. A quitclaim deed is used to transfer the title to real property. If you want to enter an agreement regarding the cost then you need to see an attorney about a sales contract or purchase and sale agreement.No. A quitclaim deed is used to transfer the title to real property. If you want to enter an agreement regarding the cost then you need to see an attorney about a sales contract or purchase and sale agreement.


You should be very careful about transferring property that is subject to a mortgage. Mortgage contracts contain a provision whereby the lender can demand payment in full upon any transfer in interest. Transferring your property to a trust would trigger that clause and the bank could demand that you pay off your mortgage immediately. You should consult with your attorney before making such a transfer.Generally banks do not approve mortgages for property owned by an individual trust. Also, when you transfer a property that has an outstanding mortgage the property remains subject to the mortgage.


No. Not unless they transfer their interest in the property voluntarily.No. Not unless they transfer their interest in the property voluntarily.No. Not unless they transfer their interest in the property voluntarily.No. Not unless they transfer their interest in the property voluntarily.


You need to review the document that created the trust to determine how that transfer must be handled. There should be a provision that directs how to appoint a successor trustee. The property can be transferred by a successor trustee as long as the power to sell or transfer real estate is granted in the trust. If there is no such provision you need to take the matter before a judge in a court of equity. You should contact an attorney who specializes in real estate law who can review the trust and explain your options.


You must review the document that created the trust. A trustee is the person who is appointed in a properly drafted trust to act on behalf of the trust. If the power to sell real estate is provided in the trust then the trustee can transfer the property by a quitclaim deed. If there was no such provision set forth in the trust document then the parties must seek a court order to make any transfer of trust property.


In order to transfer their interest in the property to a new owner.In order to transfer their interest in the property to a new owner.In order to transfer their interest in the property to a new owner.In order to transfer their interest in the property to a new owner.


No. Only the owner can transfer their own interest in the property.No. Only the owner can transfer their own interest in the property.No. Only the owner can transfer their own interest in the property.No. Only the owner can transfer their own interest in the property.


Generally, they can transfer their own interest in the property but not the interest of the other co-owner.Generally, they can transfer their own interest in the property but not the interest of the other co-owner.Generally, they can transfer their own interest in the property but not the interest of the other co-owner.Generally, they can transfer their own interest in the property but not the interest of the other co-owner.


Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.


It deals with both, the transfer of movable as well as immovable property.


Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.


No. In order to perfect a transfer of the title to real property there must be a delivery to and acceptance by the grantee of the deed. If done in secret, the husband can disclaim the property when he finds out about the transfer.No. In order to perfect a transfer of the title to real property there must be a delivery to and acceptance by the grantee of the deed. If done in secret, the husband can disclaim the property when he finds out about the transfer.No. In order to perfect a transfer of the title to real property there must be a delivery to and acceptance by the grantee of the deed. If done in secret, the husband can disclaim the property when he finds out about the transfer.No. In order to perfect a transfer of the title to real property there must be a delivery to and acceptance by the grantee of the deed. If done in secret, the husband can disclaim the property when he finds out about the transfer.


You cannot transfer your property to a trust if it is subject to a reverse mortgage. You have already assigned your interest in the property to the lender.You cannot transfer your property to a trust if it is subject to a reverse mortgage. You have already assigned your interest in the property to the lender.You cannot transfer your property to a trust if it is subject to a reverse mortgage. You have already assigned your interest in the property to the lender.You cannot transfer your property to a trust if it is subject to a reverse mortgage. You have already assigned your interest in the property to the lender.


Provision of depreciation account is the account of provision of depreciation.First of all we should understand provision of depreciation .Provision of depreciation is the collected value of all depreciation. With making of this account we are not credited depreciation in asset account. But transfer every year depreciation to provision of depreciation account. Every year we adopt this procedure and when assets are sold we will transfer sold assets 'total depreciation to credit side of asset account. For calculating correct profit or loss on fixed asset. This provision uses with any method of calculating depreciation.


Ask the co-owner to transfer their interest in the property to you. Offer to buy them out.Ask the co-owner to transfer their interest in the property to you. Offer to buy them out.Ask the co-owner to transfer their interest in the property to you. Offer to buy them out.Ask the co-owner to transfer their interest in the property to you. Offer to buy them out.


Yes. If a person signs a quitclaim deed they transfer their interest in the property to the grantee and no longer own the property.Yes. If a person signs a quitclaim deed they transfer their interest in the property to the grantee and no longer own the property.Yes. If a person signs a quitclaim deed they transfer their interest in the property to the grantee and no longer own the property.Yes. If a person signs a quitclaim deed they transfer their interest in the property to the grantee and no longer own the property.


If there is an existing lien on your property you can transfer the property to a new owner but the land is still subject to the lien. The new owner would have to pay the lien. Take care if the lien is a mortgage. In most cases the transfer of a property encumbered by a mortgage will trigger an immediate demand to pay off the mortgage. A property tax lien for delinquent taxes gives the town legal title to the property. You should also make sure your grantee is aware of the lien as it may have a detrimental affect on their use, enjoyment or continued possession of the property. Especially if a title examination will not be performed.


NO. You cannot transfer the ownership of the property UNTIL the lien is paid off, in full.


No. You cannot transfer property that is subject to a mortgage. The lender can demand full payment of the mortgage. You need the consent of the mortgagee to transfer any interest.No. You cannot transfer property that is subject to a mortgage. The lender can demand full payment of the mortgage. You need the consent of the mortgagee to transfer any interest.No. You cannot transfer property that is subject to a mortgage. The lender can demand full payment of the mortgage. You need the consent of the mortgagee to transfer any interest.No. You cannot transfer property that is subject to a mortgage. The lender can demand full payment of the mortgage. You need the consent of the mortgagee to transfer any interest.



You seem to be describing a life estate. The holder of a life estate in real property cannot sell the property because they don't own it. They can transfer their life interest to another person but it would still end upon the death of the original holder. The exception is states that allow "Enhanced Life Estates". Florida is one example. The owner of an enhanced life estate can sell the property.


You may be able to have the executor transfer the property directly from the estate with your consent. You should speak with the attorney who is handling the estate.You may be able to have the executor transfer the property directly from the estate with your consent. You should speak with the attorney who is handling the estate.You may be able to have the executor transfer the property directly from the estate with your consent. You should speak with the attorney who is handling the estate.You may be able to have the executor transfer the property directly from the estate with your consent. You should speak with the attorney who is handling the estate.



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