PRAVESH KUMAR GANDHI Vs. RAJ RANI GANDHI
HIGH COURT OF DELHI
SH.PRAVESH KUMAR GANDHI
RAJ RANI GANDHI
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SANJAY KISHAN KAUL, J. -
(1.) A suit for declaration, cancellation of mutation and conveyance deed in
respect of the property bearing no. D-II/44, Lajpat Nagar-II, New Delhi has been
filed by the plaintiff. The plaintiff is the son of defendant no.1 who is his
mother. Defendant nos 2, 3 and 4 are the paternal uncles of the plaintiff while
defendant no.5 is the LandDO. The property in question was converted into
freehold vide conveyance deed dated 16.07.2002 in terms whereof defendant nos 1
to 4 became the co-owners of the property. The property measures 200 square
(2.) Written statements were filed by all the defendants. The relevant aspect of
the written statement of defendant nos 2 and 3 is that the property of 200
square yards was divided by metes and bounds into two portions whereby
defendant no.1 and defendant no.4 became owners of 100 square yards of the land
which was marked as D II/44 B, Lajpat Nagar II, New Delhi.
(3.) The matter was sent to the Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Centre
and apparently a settlement was arrived at in terms whereof it was agreed that
the property falling to the share of defendant nos 1 and 4 would be sold and 15
per cent of the sale proceeds would be given to the plaintiff. However the
settlement was not finally signed.;
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