According to the relevant laws of our country, non-immediate relatives can also donate property to others, as long as the donated property is legally obtained, the property can be donated to others.
Article 185 [Definition] A gift contract is a contract in which the donor gives his property to the recipient free of charge, and the recipient indicates that the gift is accepted.
Usually the elderly donate their real estate to others, mostly because the elderly care for the elderly, so that the elderly are deeply moved, leading the elderly to donate houses. But no matter what causes the elderly to donate a house, as long as the The elderly have a clear understanding of the consequences of gifting real estate to others, voluntarily signing a real estate gift contract and making an act of donating real estate to others, they should legally determine that the contract is legal and valid.
1. If the old person dies or loses his capacity for civil conduct due to the illegal act of the recipient, the heir or legal representative of the elderly may revoke the gift and ask the recipient to return the gifted property.
That is, as long as such circumstances exist, the children of the elderly can replace the elderly, cancel the real estate gift contract, and require the recipient to return the property. However, the elderly and children should exercise this right within six months from the date of knowing or knowing the reason for revocation, otherwise the recipient may not return the elderly s real estate.
2. The property is owned by the elderly and children or owned by the children. In life, it is not uncommon for real estate to be shared by the elderly and children or unique to children due to factors such as the inheritance of real estate and the retirement of children. If the elderly donates such non-exclusive properties to others, they are not entitled to disciplinary action, and the children as the co-owners of the property have the right to request the cancellation of the property gift contract and return the property.
3. If the old person is deceived and other illegal and criminal acts, which cause him to donate his real estate to others, his children can call the police or collect evidence and file a lawsuit to ask the court to revoke the gift and return the real estate.
4. If the consciousness is unclear due to factors such as the elderly s serious illness, and they cannot clearly understand the consequences of donating their real estate to others, their children can also collect evidence and use court litigation to revoke the gift and request the return of the property.
According to the relevant laws of China, non-immediate relatives can also donate property. As long as the donated property is legally obtained, the property can be donated to others.