G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 29 April 2022
Details are not adequate to give precise guidance. If the possession is within the co-sharer and if the property is undivided in metes and bounds, a normal court fee (Rs.200/ in some states) is sufficient. one need not separately have possession and enjoyment if any of the co-sharer is in possession, it is deemed that his possession is for him and on behalf of all other co-sharers. It is not mandatory to share the benefits on the property.
If none of the co-sharer is in possession and if the possession was with a stranger then the market value as per the Registrar certificate, and the proportionate share market value determines the value of the court fee.
please contact a local advocate and first issue notice seeking partition.
shyam lal 29 April 2022
Is it advisable to mention present /latest Circle rate or market value for the purpose of fileing a partioned suit?
Shashi Dhara 29 April 2022
U /s35 of kcfsva if title or possession is denied you have to pay CF according to market value on plantiffs share otherwise rs,200.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 30 April 2022
Stamp duty is a State subject, which is not applicable throughout India.
Consult a local lawyer / area sub-registrar or document writer.