2. Revocation due to Defects Found | Islamic Laws by The Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei
2. Revocation due to Defects Found
Q1540. Should the authorities refrain from registering some property in the name of the buyer, does this entail the right to annul the agreement?
A: If, after the transaction has been made, it is discovered that the property was officially not transferable which is deemed as a defect in the common view, it should automatically give the right of revocation to the buyer.
Q1541. Officially registering the property in the name of the buyer was not feasible at the time of sale, a matter which the buyer was aware of. Does this render the transaction null and void?
A: This should not necessitate the invalidity of the sale. And, according to the given case the buyer has no right of revocation.