As per my understanding of your query (although the wordings of query are confusing), you inherited a particular share of property after death of your father in accordance with Hindu Law relating to intestate succession. Intestate succession refer to a situation where 'Karta' (head of the family) dies without any 'Will'. I will not go into the question of validity of succession as that in itself is a separate question.
You have filed a civil suit which is pending for framing of issues. The steps in a suit, generally, are as follows:-
1. Suit is filed.
2. If application under Order 7 Rule 11 is not filed or filed but dismissed, then defendant files Written Statement.
3. The court then frames issues. Framing of issues in simple terms mean framing the questions which the court will decide.
4. The evidence by plaintiff is recorded through Affidavit (See Order XVIII Rule 4 CPC) and cross examination of plaintiff is done
5. Then Defendant evidence is recorded and cross examination of defendant is done
6. Case is fixed for arguments. (THIS IS THE STAGE OF FILING WRITTEN ARGUMENTS)
7. Judgment is passed and decree is prepared.
8. Execution application and proceedings.
Now in your case, the matter is pending for framing of issues. At this moment written arguments cannot be filed until the evidence is pending. There is only one exception to this i.e. where the court is of opinion that no evidence is required. This can happen in some situations.
The criminal complaint you lodged was maintainable because in India criminal remedy and civil remedy are 2 different things. You should have pursued the criminal remedy because the facts suggest that case under section 420 I.P.C was made out. If police was not registering FIR, still you had many remedies:-
1. Filing application to Superintendent of Police under section 154(3) Code of Criminal procedure (Cr PC).
2. If Superintendent did not do any thing then you could file application to magistrate under section 156(3) Cr PC.
3. If that also dis not work then finally complaint under section 200 Cr PC. Generally magistrates treat application u/s 156(3) Cr PC as complaint u/s 200 Cr PC if police investigation is not required.
Therefore, in case it is possible, revive the criminal proceedings by doing any of the above. But this can be done only if lot of time has not passed from refusal of Police to register FIR or closure of case.
DISTRICT & SESSIONS COURT, CHANDIGARH
PUNJAB & HARYANA HIGH COURT, At Chandigarh.