Dear Mr Manoj,
Let me give you a simple way. You and your brother/sister/mother are legal heir to the properties of your father. Now as far as this property is concerned, your father has sold it to you but without conveyance deed. So as on date it stands in the name of your father and legally (without taking into account the sale to you) it will go to all the legal heir.
So simply sit down with all the legal heirs and tell them the fact of sale, if they are not aware. If they are aware it will be simple. Now I am assuming that legal heir will not object. Then make a family settlement wherein this property will be transferred to you. On the basis of settlement document, register the property in your name. You will also save stamp duty on settlement because stamp duty for family settlement is very low as comapred to other conveyance.
But is the heirs object and do not recognize the sale then you might have to go through the legal route. Take help of a lawyer in the legal proceedings.
Shubham Bhardwaj (Advocate)
District & Session Court, Chandigarh
Punjab & Haryana High Court, at Chandigarh
Disclaimer:- Opinion is only for guidance