(Querist) 14 March 2023
This query is : Resolved
I am under the ST category. My father is dead. All the plot/land was recorded in my grandfather's name. Now my grandfather sell our ancestral property 6 acres out of 9 acres without our consent and the buyer (General category) is also permitted by the sub-collector to illegally. Sir, can I get my share of that property from my grandfather under civil rights law?
Advocate Bhartesh goyal
(Expert) 15 March 2023
When all plots/land are recorded on your grandfather's name then it will be presumed that properties are your grandfather's self acquired property so he has every right to transfer/dispose them.
T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate
(Expert) 16 March 2023
It was your grandfather's property. When he sold the property after obtaining permission from District collector, your father who is the next generation descendant himself never questioned the sale of property, from where do you think that you have any rights in the property. You do not have any rights in the property hence do not venture into any such fancy idea of claiming any share in it.