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Anand   06 November 2021

Grandfather land rights to son

Dear sir/madam
My grandfather shared his land property to his 5 sons in 1988 but for my father who is younger among 5 sons has got 2 acre land more in 1988 by grandfather..
Now my uncle and their sons claiming on it..
Is that legal, can they get my fathers name property..
In the land records clearly only my father name is their from 1988 to till..

Pls suggest

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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     06 November 2021

Is your father have title deed ?

or else the process to obtain the same follows:-


  1. Receiving the parties concerned.
  2. Ensure fulfillment of the requirements.
  3. Provide customer's number.
  4. Receiving the transaction from the transactor.
  5. Completing the service procedures in the system.
  6. Payment of fees.
  7. Receipt of Title Deed / Ownership Certificate. Service fees.
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Anand   06 November 2021

Respected sir, yes my father have title deed..

And also in land records my father name is their..


And one point sir that land has been gifted by someone to my grandfather and then later on grandfather given to my father I.e 2acre extra land among 5 sons 

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     07 November 2021

What is the document executed by your grand-father where your father has been given 2 acre land extra ?

Whether the subject land was ancestral or self-acquired by your grand-father ?

Anand   07 November 2021

Sir, grandfather handover the 2acre land to my father with his self interest through the legal way


And the land is self acquired by grandfather

P. Venu (Advocate)     10 November 2021

Facts posted suggest that your father's possession of the property is beyond legal challenge.

Anand   11 November 2021

Respected P Venue sir thank you...

You mean no problem to the our father property?

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