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Team Legistify
Answered on 31 Mar 2020

It is advised to consult the best family lawyer in India for such matter as further enquiry is needed.Read More

Posted on 30 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

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Sakshi Yadav
Answered on 26 Mar 2020

You have to file the case against the same before the Civil Court and you also need Non-Objection Certificate from your other siblings. You need an expert Advocate for the same he/she will guide you on how to proceed further.Read More

Posted on 21 Mar 2020 | 1 Answer

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Aditya Dua
Answered on 23 Mar 2020

In such a situation you can file a case in the court of law and the people can claim their share with the compensation as well, for this, you need the assistance of an expert advocate.Read More

Posted on 10 Mar 2020 | 1 Answer

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Aayushi Sang
Answered on 04 Mar 2020

By giving someone power of attorney (PoA), one gives them the right to carry out certain specific legal and financial businesses on their behalf. By giving a GPA, one can make them responsible to manage their estate, to manage rented properties, pay utility bills and act as their representative in home loan-related transactions. You can also authorise an attorney to register your property through a GPA.Read More

Posted on 26 Feb 2020 | 2 Answers

Shagun Srivastava | Legistify

Shagun Srivastava
Answered on 07 Mar 2020

Self-acquired property is the one that you have purchased/ acquired from your own income/resources. It also includes property obtained or inherited as a legal heir or by Will or through a Gift Deed. You get a share (inherit) in your ancestral property by birth. In the case of self-acquired property, you can inherit only on the death of the owner of the property. If your father owns a self-acquired property and also an ancestral property, he has the right to exclude you (son/daughter) from inheriting his self-acquired property. However, he can’t deny your share in the ancestral property.Read More

Posted on 03 Mar 2020 | 1 Answer

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Team Legistify
Answered on 15 Mar 2020

When there no harmony between the legal heirs regarding the partition, you can file an ancestral property division suit with the help of top family lawyers in India.Read More

Posted on 29 Jan 2020 | 1 Answer

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Team Legistify
Answered on 15 Mar 2020

If your maternal grandfather died on or after 09th September 2005, your could stake a claim in this property; and otherwise not. Since your mother passed away, there is no claim that remains.Read More

Posted on 29 Jan 2020 | 1 Answer

Shagun Srivastava | Legistify

Shagun Srivastava
Answered on 27 Feb 2020

Ancestral property is a property acquired by your great grandfather (Hindu) which has been passed down from generation to generation (your grandfather and father) up to the present generation (you) without being divided or partitioned by your family. Self-acquired property is the one that you have purchased/ acquired from your own income/resources. It also includes property obtained or inherited as a legal heir or by Will or through a gift deed. Yes, under Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act 2005 even daughter(s) are entitled to a share in the property along with their male siblings. At present, a daughter has the same rights in the property of her father on par with a son. But, kindly note that Daughters cannot inherit ancestral property if the father has died before 2005. Therefore, if a person (father) had passed away before 2005, the daughter cannot claim an equal share in the property. She is however entitled to a certain amount of maintenance if she is unmarried.Read More

Posted on 18 Feb 2020 | 1 Answer

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Team Legistify
Answered on 17 Feb 2020

You can claim a share in this property by filing a partition suit. The court will put a stay on any form of transfer of such property during the case.Read More

Posted on 04 Jan 2020 | 1 Answer

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Team Legistify
Answered on 17 Feb 2020

You grandmother would have a claim and so would you, since the property belonged to your grandfather, and you both count as the legal heirs of your grandfather.Read More

Posted on 04 Jan 2020 | 1 Answer