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Can i lodge an FIR in Delhi if my case is in Durgapur, West Bengal?

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ashish30

I live in Delhi and have a property in Bamunara, Durgapur, which i want to sell. However, according to govt. rule i have to ask the immediate relative, if they want to buy, before looking for outside buyers. I've been doing the same for past many months. But my cousin brother has not yet responded in 'Yes or No' in past more than 2 and half yrs now, showing some fake reason and/or personal issues.

 

I have the property papers and want to sell my property peacefully.

 

Can i lodge an FIR in Delhi if my case is in Durgapur, West Bengal? Please guide me how to go about it.

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Prasad GLN

Contact Advocate, if you have peaceful possession of the property.

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I live in Delhi and have a property in Bamunara, Durgapur, which i want to sell. However, according to govt. rule i have to ask the immediate relative, if they want to buy, before looking for outside buyers. I've been doing the same for past many months. But my cousin brother has not yet responded in 'Yes or No' in past more than 2 and half yrs now, showing some fake reason and/or personal issues.

 

I have the property papers and want to sell my property peacefully.

 

Can i lodge an FIR in Delhi if my case is in Durgapur, West Bengal? Please guide me how to go about it.

 

abcoss lodged F.I.R delhi or west bengal both place have jurisdiction of u want to any help plz tell me XXXXXXXXX

 

 

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Prasad GLN

Where is the reason of such criminal offence in this case ?

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RAVEENA_O

There is no reason to file any FIR. If at all any, there is no jurisdiction to file such FIR at Delhi with respect to selling of property at Durgapur.

 

It is not that you cannot sell your own property. Consult a lawyer. If there is a binding rule to offer the property to your near relatives first, you can make a public notice on local News Papers, inviting all interested relatives to make their offer within stipulated period - say 3 months, failing which you have left with no other alternative, but to sell it to other than relatives after expiry of the period of 3 months i.e. on or after ...............(date).

 

It is not necessary to file FIR.

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