division of family property


Can my mother ( father is dead) give her property ( property is in her name) only to one of my brother depriving other brothers and sisters?

 
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is property your fathers self earned or he has received in succession.

if self earned

your mother can do as she wishes.

if your father receive it in succession then you can claim the same.

 
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Yes.  If the title of the property stands on your mother's name she can do so.

 
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Retired

In India, many people acquire properties in the name of their wives and children causing this problem. Benami Transaction (Prohibition) Act makes them owners.

 
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Hi, I am Shailendra Gurap residing im Mumbai. My Grandmother has a Mhada property in her name & I want the said property to be transferred in my name. My father & my uncle have 50 % share each in the property. I am paying a X  sum on my fathers behalf to my uncle to surrender his share in the property. I have done notarization of the family partition deed & taken POA of my grandmother/uncle/aunty & my family member including my father/mother & younger sister.

Please suggest if notarization is enough or suggest me some ways so i can secure my property in future & this is a ancestral property

Regards,

Shailendra

 
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kindly do the registration in your name or

in other words alongiwth family partition deed, 

you regsiter it with the registrar will be the best option as then only you can transfer the said property on your name. "AS IT WILL MAKE YOU LEGAL OWNER BY WAY OF TRANSFER DEED ON YOUR NAME"

 
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Thank u Mr. Gulammayudin A. Gagdani for your valuable suggestion. Can I transfer the property in my name with doing minimum registration expenses, by using any other deed such as gift deed of something else. If I register the family partition deed the registration amt is huge coz the deed includes monetary details in it & liable for a stamp duty

Please help me in guiding if i can register any of the deed with minimam stamp duty or registration expenses?

Shailendra

 
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well kindly contact your local advocate for info on gift deed, you can go on for gift deed,

as it will reduce stamp duty.

 
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your grandmother's property where your father and mother hold 50






Your grandma's property and your parents hold 50% share each. What is this?









%

 
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No, Mr. Agrawal it not 50% between my father & mother its between by father & uncle....

 
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