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Complaints registered by NCPCR for violation of RTE Act, 2009


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Succession arises or not

Posted by kumar



Dear members,


(1)If GRAND FATHER got 'X' properties through PARTITION from the GREAT GRAND FATHER and 'Y' properties through GIFT from his uncle.
(2)After this if FATHER got 'Z' properties i.e(some part of 'X'+some part of 'Y' properties of GRAND FATHER in the above) through PARTITION from the GRAND FATHER and 'Z1' properties i.e(some part of 'X'+some part of 'Y' properties of GRAND FATHER in the above) through WILL from the GRAND FATHER

Now my query is whether the CHILDREN (i.e FATHER'S CHILDREN in the above) get right on the FATHER'S property by BIRTH or NOT from the above??????


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