rakesh (manager) 19 March 2018
Vijay Raj Mahajan (Advocate) 19 March 2018
SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate) 20 March 2018
You have to file civil suit as suggested above. You can contact me for filing the civil suit.
rakesh (manager) 23 March 2018
Vijay Raj Mahajan (Advocate) 24 March 2018
Filing civil suit for eviction will take you to a long journey of many years 10-15 even more to get these illegal occupant out and that too no guarantee it will happen in your favour. As I told you these occupants will press on the priniciple of adverse possession against you as they hold the land for 56 years, you were silent for so long this will be difficult for you to explain it to the court.
There are other ways to settle this issue which I cannot discuss here in open forum. If you so desire to discuss the case in details with me you need to contact me for pre-paid legal consultancy.
Suneet Gupta (www.vashiadvocates.com) 01 April 2018
Under the Limitation Act, adverse possession ofimmoveable property gives rise to title in the property in favour of the possessors. In your case, they have been on the land for ~50 years. If you have not taken any legal action against them till now, then they are effectively the owners of the land and you cannot file for recovery of possession or declaration of the property in your name.