I need your suggestions regarding a recent purchase of an agricultural land. The land was originally owned by say Mr X, who died intestate and is survived with his wife say Y and three daughters A,B and C.
After X's demise, the property was mutated in the pass books with two partitions, Y (mother) and A (first daughter) as the new owners.
These new owners (Y and A) have sold their respective land to Z via registered sale deed and signatures of B and C were also included in the deed just to avoid future litigations.
Finally I bought this land from Z recently via a registered sale deed.
So my questions are:
1. Do B and C have any right in the above said property as legal heirs?
2. My lawyer suggested to get a relinquishment deed from B and C in favor of me. But what I found on the internet is that the relinquishment deed is only done between legal heirs of a property.
3. Also, I think I read somewhere on the internet that the daughters would not have any rights on the ancestral property if their father passed away prior to the HSA amendment act in 2005. Please confirm.
Please review and advise.