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Rajkumar   01 March 2018

definition of ancestral property

if A lives in village1 had a agriculture property say 400 acres in 1900 or before out of which 200 acres situated in village 1 and another 200 in village 2 and had 2 sons B&C along with daughters and passes on. all 200 acres of village1 to B and 200 acres of village2 to C by mutation in records .C has a son RAMESH and several daughters again C passes 200 acres to RAMESH by mutation in tehsil office,RAMESH has 4 sons (w.x.y.z.) and several daughters again RAMESH divides 4 shares for w.x.y.z orally and gets it mutated in tehsil record in the name of w.x.y.z who all possess different khata(account) for their respective share,so my question is

1)properties of w.x.y.z are of which type ancestral or self acquired

Note:respectable lawyers please provide proper law,section , reference or judgement for your answer


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Suneet Gupta (www.vashiadvocates.com)     01 April 2018

Originally posted by : Rajkumar
Note:respectable lawyers please provide proper law,section , reference or judgement for your answer

Please visit a lawyer in his office and pay him his fees for his legal advice. If you want assistance in an online forum, please present your problem and don't frame legal question and answers. This is not a Testing Forum, where the lawyers are appearing for a Test. This is a forum where we try to help persons stuck in legal problems, and perhaps provide some solutions.


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