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nawazuddin
Wrote on 20 April 2014  

i have a query please suggest me a advice .my grandmother have 3 sons and 4 daughter ,she died on 2003 before her death she sold her propertyon 2000and it was influenced by younger son and younger daughter as a witness they signed without knowledge of elder son and daughter ,,is there any possibility of failing a partition suite ..?


Kolla Gangadhar
Wrote on 04 September 2013  

India is Secular country Indian Parliament is competent to enact Muslim Marriage Act and Muslim Succession Act to render justice to Muslims, otherwise it is violation of their Constitutional Rights, Human Rights, Inter National covenants signed by India.


MDSARAFAT HUSSAIN
Wrote on 04 September 2013  

sir/madam I am MD.SARAFAT HUSSAIN and we are from MUSLIM FAMILY here I a have a question n query too that:- My Grandfather bought property in GUWAHATI (ASSAM). After my GRANDFATHER DEATH the NAAMZAREE N PROPERTY goes to my GRANDMOTHER name before my Grandmother death she had partitioned the land between his Five sons. Recently it came to my knowledge that my 4 UNCLES want to sell the whole property n father too is trying to sell this property before he was not agree but how hee agreed under what circumstances we don't know. My 1 younger brother 1 Sister along with my mother and myself are against this sail of enherited property of our GRANDFATHER n we have objection on this sell of property how can we stop this,my 4 uncles can sell their part of which they got for that we have no objection but the part of the property which my FATHER got that property part we don't want to sell.. for this PROPERTY my father torchured my MOTHER n saying that if we force him he will LEAVE us n divorced my mother.. at this age of 54..What is the judicial step for this .. 1:Is there anyway any JUDICIAL law by which we can stop our father from selling this property? 2:Do my brother, mother,Sister and myself have a right in this inherited property? So ,I will be very grateful if LAWS EXPERT give my answers n show the right path according with the INDIAN LAW. Regards MD.SARAFAT HUSSAIN CITY-GUWAHATI STATE- ASSAM E.Mail ID- videonics43839@gmail.com sarafat21@yahoo.co.in


MDSARAFAT HUSSAIN
Wrote on 04 September 2013  

sir/madam I am MD.SARAFAT HUSSAIN and we are from MUSLIM FAMILY here I a have a question n query too that:- My Grandfather bought property in GUWAHATI (ASSAM). After my GRANDFATHER DEATH the NAAMZAREE N PROPERTY goes to my GRANDMOTHER name before my Grandmother death she had partitioned the land between his Five sons. Recently it came to my knowledge that my 4 UNCLES want to sell the whole property n father too is trying to sell this property before he was not agree but how hee agreed under what circumstances we don't know. My 1 younger brother 1 Sister along with my mother and myself are against this sail of enherited property of our GRANDFATHER n we have objection on this sell of property how can we stop this,my 4 uncles can sell their part of which they got for that we have no objection but the part of the property which my FATHER got that property part we don't want to sell.. for this PROPERTY my father torchured my MOTHER n saying that if we force him he will LEAVE us n divorced my mother.. at this age of 54..What is the judicial step for this .. 1:Is there anyway any JUDICIAL law by which we can stop our father from selling this property? 2:Do my brother, mother,Sister and myself have a right in this inherited property? So ,I will be very grateful if LAWS EXPERT give my answers n show the right path according with the INDIAN LAW. Regards MD.SARAFAT HUSSAIN CITY-GUWAHATI STATE- ASSAM E.Mail ID- videonics43839@gmail.com sarafat21@yahoo.co.in


MDSARAFAT HUSSAIN
Wrote on 04 September 2013  

sir/madam I am MD.SARAFAT HUSSAIN and we are from MUSLIM FAMILY here I a have a question n query too that:- My Grandfather bought property in GUWAHATI (ASSAM). After my GRANDFATHER DEATH the NAAMZAREE N PROPERTY goes to my GRANDMOTHER name before my Grandmother death she had partitioned the land between his Five sons. Recently it came to my knowledge that my 4 UNCLES want to sell the whole property n father too is trying to sell this property before he was not agree but how hee agreed under what circumstances we don't know. My 1 younger brother 1 Sister along with my mother and myself are against this sail of enherited property of our GRANDFATHER n we have objection on this sell of property how can we stop this,my 4 uncles can sell their part of which they got for that we have no objection but the part of the property which my FATHER got that property part we don't want to sell.. for this PROPERTY my father torchured my MOTHER n saying that if we force him he will LEAVE us n divorced my mother.. at this age of 54..What is the judicial step for this .. 1:Is there anyway any JUDICIAL law by which we can stop our father from selling this property? 2:Do my brother, mother,Sister and myself have a right in this inherited property? So ,I will be very grateful if LAWS EXPERT give my answers n show the right path according with the INDIAN LAW. Regards MD.SARAFAT HUSSAIN CITY-GUWAHATI STATE- ASSAM E.Mail ID- videonics43839@gmail.com sarafat21@yahoo.co.in


advocate praveen
Wrote on 20 April 2013  

Minorities will use the law as per their discretion.


P.K.Haridasan
Wrote on 08 September 2012  

No. It is the sad state of the law. The predeceased sons and daughters heirs are etheems. No right to inherit their mother's/father's property.


salman
Wrote on 10 August 2012  

father has two daughters,both married,first daughter has 1 son and one daughter,both adult,first daughter died,and after 3 year father too. will the first daughter kids has any share in the property of their grandfather, r it goes to 2nd daughter.under muslim personal law.


salman
Wrote on 10 August 2012  

father has two daughters,both married,first daughter has 1 son and one daughter,both adult,first daughter died,and after 3 year father too. will the first daughter kids has any share in the property of their grandfather, r it goes to 2nd daughter.under muslim personal law.


suresh kumar
Wrote on 06 August 2012  

i think it is a very good decision not to interfear but govt has to take necessary steps to uniform the code


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