Me and my younger brother (being the only legal heirs) inherited a house and a shop (in equal shares) from our father. Subsequently I surrendered my share in the house and my brother surrendered his share in the shop by executing two separate duly registered release deeds. Is it possible for me to cancel the release?
- Abhishek Since the release /relinquishment deeds executed by you and your brother are duly registered, the release of your respective shares are legally complete. Therefore these cannot be cancelled. I have entered into an agreement to purchase a house, from two brothers who have equal undivid- ed shares. But am facing a challenge now since one of the brothers is unwilling to sell his share. What are my legal options in this case?
- Karthik You can seek specific performance of the agreement to sell / contract against the sellers by approaching the appropriate court. You can also claim damages if you change your mind about buying Harsh Roongta is CEO, Apna Paisa. He can be reached at email@example.com