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I am lucky that I got an allotment of site in Anjanapura Layout. The BDA has executed the sale deed in my favour on payment of full amount; the sale deed is in my possession. I have possession certificate and Katha issued by BDA in my favour. I am paying the property tax regularly; I have not fenced the site, as BDA has installed board indicating the site numbers. I was away from the country for the last six months and returned recently. During my recent visit to site, I was surprised, as I could not locate my site. It has been encroached by my neighbour who has constructed a compound. The board indicating the site numbers is removed. Please advise me how to get my site as BDA expressed helplessness.

- by Shivarudrappa, Jayanagar

BDA has no role to play in this issue. After having delivered vacant unencumbered possession to you and having got the sale deed registered in your favour, the responsibility of BDA ceases. As a registered owner, it is for you to take appropriate steps. You have to approach the civil court for relief. You have to reclaim your site through legal process. Please consult your advocate with all the documents, he will guide you as to the issue of notices and further course of action to be adopted.


These are all the legal questions answered by Advocate S.Selvakumar in various magazines, in various occasion including realestate reporter monthly.