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Ancestral agriculture land dispute

(Querist) 28 October 2017 This query is : Resolved 
Ancestral agricultural land of 7.8 acre in Cholavaram west of Cholavaram Panchayat. In 1960 my grand mother owner of above land made a will for the above land and registered it in Kannamangalam sub registrar office that the said property should be equally shared by her two sons 1. Late M Govindareddy (my father) No 2. Late Adhikesavareddy (my uncle). in 1981 both the brothers divided the land mutually not registered it, that time a portion of 30 cent of my father's share grabbed by my uncle's sons and used it. In 2005 a formal Patta was issued by vellore taluk in which the 30 cent of my father's share also included in my uncle's patta In 2012 my uncle's four legal sons divided their share and my father's 30 cent land also and registered in their names without our consent. As my father was died in 2001 and my uncle died in 2013. We are three legal heirs to my father (late M Govindareddy) we all were unaware about the above malpractice since last year. Now my question is it possible to get back the 30 cent of land from my uncle's sons ? If so how can we move kindly suggest us ....
Rajendra K Goyal (Expert) 28 October 2017
Can file case of partition of the land inherited on the basis of will and afterwards.
SurenderKumar (Expert) 29 October 2017
I agree with Expert Mr R.K.Goyal Ji
Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 29 October 2017
You get legal heir certificates from Local Tehsildar and based on the will you can proceed to file a partition suit for allotment of your fathers 30% share in your deceased grand mother's property.and divided the 30% share among all your siblings equally.
Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 29 October 2017
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