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Rental yield to mother

One of my married sisters, she has a flat in her name in Bangalore and she want to authorize my mother to receive all the rental yield from the flat till she is alive i.e. ownership still with my sister but any income goes my mother. What agreement that my sister should have with my mother to make it legal. Will general power of attorney work? Please advise.
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Posted on 30th Jul, 2018
Advocate Gowaal
Answered on 30th Jul, 2018
This is my response to you: 1. Yes a power of attorney would be perfect; 2. Add the necessary clauses to direct the payment to your mother; 3. Do not register it because it is not needed; 4. Or you can make a agreement of principal and agent.
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