2 min read.Updated: 22 Apr 2020, 10:10 AM ISTAradhana Bhansali
Any transaction which is executed through a fraud has to be treated as a nullity by every court, whether superior or inferior
An individual (A) owned a piece of land in Karnataka which he bought in 1956. A had two daughters and one son. Both daughters are married and living with their respective in-laws.The property was sold by the son to a buyer in 1987, who further sold it in 2004. It was sold again in 2006 and then again in 2009 to me. A passed away 1988. In 2013, the daughters claimed their share of the property through a civil suit. Since buying the property, I have converted it by paying the appropriate development fees and got the municipal record transfers done. All this was done before the suit was initiated. Do the married daughters have any claim in the said property?