if one of the principal dies GPA executed is valid or not


A and B are the owners of a land purchased during 1971. But B has relinquished his land to A's son C and A,B,C have given a GPA to C and D on 1988. but A died after 7 days after execution of GPA to C and D. D made sale deed after death of A. now i,e after 30 years C occupying the plots sold by D saying that the GPA executed by A,B,C is null and Void. here what about the plot owners who have purchased plots from D. kindly clarify

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the general power of attorney is in force until death or it is expressively revoked wherein on the death of A the GPA is revoked and if it is coupled with agreement of sale you can claim and seek the court ratify or else the gpa will be cancelled by court


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