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Sridhar vs N. Revanna on 11 February, 2020
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no right to alienate the scheduled property N. Revanna received the suit properties by registered gift deed as per the gift deed defendant No.1 and his younger brothers who may be born had no right to alienate the suit schedule property. It was pleaded that sale deed executed by defendant No.1 is vo
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  • no right to alienate the scheduled property
  • N. Revanna received the suit properties by registered gift deed
  • as per the gift deed defendant No.1 and his younger brothers who may be born had no right to alienate the suit schedule property.
  • It was pleaded that sale deed executed by defendant No.1 is void and the plaintiffs being sons of defendant No.1 and great grandsons of Muniswamappa are the absolute owners of the property.
  • he was in dire need of money

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