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    Kindly clarify whether in anuual immovale property return, details of the property owned by the wife, before marriage is to be shown by husband in his annual property return while submitting his annual property retun.
    wife is having some property which is in name of her father and herself. property was purchased by her father some 4 years before the marriage of her daughter. please clarify

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    You have not mentioned the name of your Department etc. Generally the property in the name of the father in law need not be mentioned. But you would have to go by the rules governing your service conditions. It depends on the definition of 'family' as in the rules governing your service conditions. Please quote the rules under which you are required to furnish such return.




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    dear sir
    i am central govt employee and governed by CCS conduct rule (rule 18). the properety is in the name of father in law and second name in the property is of the wife. property was purchased by father in law , 4 years before marriage. pls clarfiy whether it is to be included in my proerty return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgmttc View Post
    dear sir
    i am central govt employee and governed by CCS conduct rule (rule 18). the properety is in the name of father in law and second name in the property is of the wife. property was purchased by father in law , 4 years before marriage. pls clarfiy whether it is to be included in my proerty return.
    Details of all immovable property owned by govt. servant or by any member of his family have to be disclosed irrespective of the date of transfer.

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    Sir
    thanks for your response. but the wife is only part owner of property that too purchased by her father before marriage. also she is also central govt employee. whether we both need to show property in our property return or she only has to show it in her return.

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    Both would have to show the property to the extent it is in your/her name.
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    Rule 18(1)(ii) says
    Every Government servant belonging to any service or holding any post included in Group 'A' and Group 'B' shall submit an annual return in such form as may be prescribed by the Government in this regard giving full particulars regarding the immovable property inherited by him or owned or acquired by him or held by him[/B] on lease or mortgage either in his own name or in the name of any member of his family or in the name of any other person.
    MHA, Department of Personnel & AR OM No. 11013/13/78-Estt.(A), dated the 11th September, 1978 says
    It is hereby clarified that transactions entered into by the spouse or any other member of family of a Government servant out of his or her own funds (including stridhan, gifts inheritance etc.) as distinct from the funds of the Government servant himself, in his or her own name and in his or her own right, would not attract the provision of sub-rules (2) and (3) of rule 18 of the CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964.
    Although this clarification does not directly apply to rule 18(1)(ii) can it no be interpreted that if the government servant acquires the property in the name of spouse or family member then only the question of including it int he immovable property return arises?

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