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sunil   03 April 2018

Grandfathers property

can daughters claim fathers property if father has passed away before 2005 with out making any will.??

pls help 



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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     03 April 2018

If the property is an ancestral property, the grandchild has equal share on the same. He can file a civil suit for declaration and partitioning along-with petition for interim relief. Rights protected in law cannot be denied.

Deepak joshi   03 April 2018

Daughter is entitled share in ancestral property

Yusuf Rampurawala   04 April 2018

Is it a self acquired property or an ancestral property. If it's self acquired then daughters will have a share as legal heirs. If it's ancestral then on and from 2005 daughters will become coparcenors and claim their shares by getting the property partitioned either by mutual agreement between all coparcenors or through court

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