Hindu Family. Mr. X is a grandfather. He has 4 sons A,B,C and D. Mr. X purchased one agriculture land L of 2 Bighas and got it mutated in Mr. A’s name. Mr. A was child below 10 years of age, unemployed during those days. Mr. X had purchased other agricultural land as well on his name. Time passed and Mr. X grandfather passed away. The mutual understanding was well between the brothers A ,B, C and D and they divided equally the income from their father Mr. X ‘s property including that of agriculture land L for which Mr. A was namesake owner. Mr. A (eldest son) passed away some 20 years ago and with time relationship soured with Mr. A’s wife, daughter and son in law and Mr. D. One fine morning Mrs. A refused to pay Mr. D 25% share of Land L for which Mr. A was namesake legal owner saying this was owned by my husband. However she gave Mr . B and Mr. C their 25% share each. Mr. D is shocked at this.
1. What legal options Mr. D has to get his 25% share of land L?
2. Can Mr. D go to court of law and ask for his share in Land L which is actually ancestral property and that his elder brother Mr. A was only namesake owner?