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Nagesh Prasad (chota puta kam)     30 August 2020

Ancestral property for granddaughter


Great Grand Father bought property, it went to Son later on. Son only had daughters. Can one of the child of the daughter claim ancestral property ? Both Grand father and mother are alive and child has not yet attained 18 years of age. 



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SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate)     30 August 2020


If property is self acquired property then son or grand son cannot get separate share in their proerty during their life time.

kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     30 August 2020

Yes. The ancestral property goes up to four (4) generations including females.

ravi yudha (ceo, non-profit org)     02 September 2020

I am not a legal expert. Because your great grand father bought, it is self acquired. He then gifted to grand father, so again it becomes self acquired for the grand father. So, unfortunately it is his choice whether to give or not.

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