Advice on Property law

My sisters want to partition in the ancestral property

My father received some ancestral property from my grandfather.  The property is purely ancestral because my grandfather got it from his father. My father died in 1997 by leaving four sons and three daughters. I am the elder son of my father. I am an engineer and...

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Construction of house

You are the legal heir of your mother; hence, you have the right to mutate the property in your name. However, your name is entered in the revenue record as a legal heir of the deceased. So there will be no dispute towards heirship. After the construction of the house you will be the owner and no one will interfere in your right.

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Builder is not returning my booking amount

Hello sir, I have booked a flat in Lucknow, the builder said that the time of booking that the project will accomplish in the year 2017. After taking faith upon him, I paid one lakh rupees as booking amount in the year 2015. When I visited the site in the year July...

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Wife is threatening to take my flat

I am the owner of a flat purchased it before the marriage. My father is the co-owner in that property, and he also paid some amount in the purchase of the flat. The instalments of the EMI is about to complete. My father has relinquished his share in the property by...

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Section 14: The RERA 2016

Section 14: Adherence to sanctioned plans and project specifications by the promoter (1) The proposed project shall be developed and completed by the promoter in accordance with the sanctioned plans, layout plans and specifications as approved by the competent...

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Claim refund of money against the builder under RERA

Section 18 of the Real Estate (Regulation And Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) entitles the flat buyer to claim a refund of money and compensation for any loss from the builder. If the builder did not complete the project within time he shall be liable to refund the money with interest.

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Land record shows my land as inalienable

The land revenue record shows the land as inalienable when the tenure holder or owner of the land has no right to transfer the land. Generally, government land or patta land is made inalienable because actual right vested in the government. The tenure holder has the right to cultivate the land and enjoy the usufruct.

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Daughter has the right in ancestral property

My mother was eligible for her father’s ancestral property accordingly to THE HINDU SUCCESSION (ANDHRA PRADESH AMENDMENT) ACT 1985. She got married after the amended Act. She didn’t fight for her rights when her brothers sold the property after my grandfather’s death...

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Can a person claim ownership on the basis of mutation

Father purchased a plot out of his own income but the plot was registered in the name of my mother. The said plot is muted in my mother’s name, therefore, my mother claims that she is the absolute owner of the plot. I have one brother and one sister all are married I...

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Step mother sold joint family property

My father has made a gift in favour of his second wife who is my stepmother thereupon she took possession over the property. She sold that property to his son-in-law thereafter my step-sister erected a house thereon. The property gifted was probably our joint family...

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