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Vineet   17 May 2016

Ancestor property

Hi All,

A = Grandfather mother (Great grandmother)

B= Grandfather

C= Father

D= Grand daughter (Great Granddaughter) Single Child 

My Query is :

A transfer her property  (not known whether its self aquired or not) to B and her sons in her will (died in 2007-08). D was about 1-2 year old at the time A died. B has not transfer this property to anyone.

My Query:

1. Is D has any right on such property.

2. Can B transfer this property to anyone without informing D.

Thanks in Advance.

 5 Replies

H.JanakiManohar Rao (lawyer)     17 May 2016

The property of grand father becomes self earned so he need not inform D and he can transfer his property to anyone.

Jayesh Deokar (Advocate)     17 May 2016

Rightly advised by Mr. Rao

Vineet   22 May 2016

@ H.JanakiManohar Rao,Jayesh Deokar

Thanks for your reply and sorry for late query,

Just want to know how the property become self earned when it was transfer from great grandmother


Vineet   23 May 2016

Waiting for reply

Vineet   04 June 2016

Hello experts,

Please reply to my query how does the property become self earned of father in law.

It would be great help



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