The concept of coparcener in Mitakshara Hindu law refers to a member of a Hindu joint family who...
The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 is a law in India that governs the inheritance of property among...
Partition of ancestral property refers to the process of dividing an ancestral property among the...
How to transfer ancestral property named in great grandfather? Can a co-owner transfer ancestral property when it is in the name of the great grandfather? My grandfather received some property from his father but name did not change. It is in my great grandfather’s name. Now my grandfather has expired and his four sons are there. Now one of my uncle want to transfer his share of property out of 4 (brothers) share to his son or daughter in law. Is it possible to transfer if yes then how? Kindly give the solution.
Stepmother claiming share in ancestral property. My father married another woman after my mother expired when I was 3 years old and my sister 5 years old. Later on even my father expired when I was 10 years old. My stepmother got a partition from my dad’s brother and she entitled her name also in the partition deed now I’m 27 years old.
Now my stepmother claims she is entitled for half of the property and the other half is for me and my sister. This property is my ancestral property which was partitioned after my dad’s death between my dad’s brother and my stepmother and us. So what share does my stepmother get in property according to law.
Can the daughter of the owner file a suit for share in property which I purchased in 1990? The daughters of the property owner did not sign. They were major at that time, will they be able to claim the property. It is almost 30 years, no suits on the purchased property till now. The property was ancestral property.
I have done an agreement for agricultural land 2 months ago and paid 20 lacs. That is ancestral property and the owner is 62 years old, now he has 3 sisters of which 2 are dead. Does the son of a deceased sister have any right in ancestral property? So now do we need the signature of the dead sisters’ children will they have any rights?
The owner of land is ready to sell and there is no dispute towards the possession. Furthermore, the sons of the deceased sister are not living with the owner and they have never claimed any rights in the property. The owner’s age is 62 but he is a sound mind. He wants some money to meet his medical expenses therefore he has decided to sell his land. The owner has no child and is currently living with his elder brother.
Can I purchase this land without the signature of deceased sister’s son? This is an ancestral property and the owner is farming on this land without any dispute. villagers are saying that the owner has peaceful possession of the property and her sisters have never claimed any rights in the property.
Can an illegitimate son claim his share in his father’s ancestral property? My father has solemnised second marriage in hush-hush. We came to know about his illegal marriage after sixteen years. Then my mother left our home and started living in her parents’ home. We are three siblings and all are living with our grandfather. My father died in 2018 and my grandfather died in 2020. Soon after the death of my grandfather, the illegitimate son of my father has filed a civil suit for partition of ancestral property. The court has accepted that suit. What remedy do we have to protect our property?
Can my sister sue my children for partition of ancestral property? I got the land from my father but I have given it to my children. We are two brothers and one sister. I’m the youngest. After the death of my father his property devolved upon me and my brother. I have transferred those properties to my children. Now can my sister put up a case on property written to my children?
My father died in 2010. Thereafter, I have partitioned the ancestral property on mutual agreement of brothers. I have two brothers and one sister. Only brothers got share in ancestral property. I want to know whether my sister can claim share in ancestral property after partition. Brothers have no dispute in partition. After the partition I want to transfer this property to my son.
I think there is no ground to challenge the partition. Once the brothers have mutually partitioned the ancestral property my sister has no right to claim. Can my son sell all property to another person and purchase a new land in his name? This may protect my son’s right.
The Hindu Succession Act, 1956, provides for the rights of Hindu daughters in ancestral property....
What is the procedure for division of self acquired and ancestral property among siblings? My father died two years ago. He purchased ten acres of agricultural land out of his own income and he had ten acres of ancestral land. We are two brothers and one sister. My sister is living in the USA. She does not want to share in our property because she is a citizen of the USA. There is a house in my father’s name. My mother wants to transfer everything in the name of my younger brother. We three siblings have equal share in the property so I think my mother cannot transfer everything to my younger brother only.
My father wants to gift ancestral property to his daughter in law. We have two brothers only and my younger brother is living abroad. My younger brother does not want to settle in India and probably he will renounce Indian citizenship. Can my father gift ancestral property to his daughter in law?
I have done a agreement of the agricultural land 2 months ago and paid 20 lacs while agreement. That is ancestral property and owner is aged 62 years, now came to know he has 3 sisters. Does consent of sister necessary? Will they have any rights?
I want to know about the right of daughter in the father’s property. Respected Sir, I need your valuable suggestions towards property rights of my mother and her sister. Their grandfather had few agriculture land and home property. He had settled those property among his four sons equally using a “kurra cettu” – local agreement during 1966. One of the sons is my maternal grand father. He had 3 sons and 2 daughters (including my mother). Recently came to know that he has executed a family settlement deed to the sons equally. My mother and her sister did not aware of it and they had registered the property in the registrar office in 2013.
Do we (my mother and my mother sister) have any rights to fight as the property came from the grandfather considering as ancestor property?