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ancestral property rights?


Hello everyone,

I am malathi from chennai. I have three brothers and my father is alive - 86 years old . My father got  property from his father – my grandfather – in 1973. There are no will regarding this property, but he received his share in a partition settlement between him and his only sister.  Before 2004 , my father transferred some of the properties to my brothers name.  Currently, my brothers are not interested in giving any share to me. So i would like to know my legal rights.

1. My brother sold some property before 2005, Can I able to sue them now ?

2. My brother still keeps some property, but all these properties are ancestral property. Can I able to get share in that one ?

 

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Malathi.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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The Properties which  are ancestral Joint properties availabel for partition  in /2004 /2005- you will get your  Share  !


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Thank you very much Mr.Vishweshwar Rao. Now I understand that

1. If ancestral property sold before 2005, then I can't claim any rights.

2. After 2005, even though ancestral property changed to my brother's name (before 2004), I can still claim my share.

Am I correct sir?

 

If  I can prove that my brothers sold the ancestral property before 2005 and invested in another land, can I able to claim some share in that new land (by providing ample amount of evidence that ancestral property converted into new land) ?

 

Thanks

Malathi.

 

 

 
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yes, if you can provide real evidence that the ancestral properties have been converted into new land.

 
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You    will    get    the    share    from     the   Ancestral    properties      of    u'r    grand   Father.     It    is    u'r      legal    right.

 
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