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Sidhardh (Advocate)     06 November 2011



       There is a man he got no co-parceners or co-shareres in the ancestral property. he dies then and the property is succedeed by his only son. Now my question is whether the property inherited by the son is ancestral property or self owned property. What happens if he got a son later the inheritance. Do his son can claim right as ancestral property. Any citations please.


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sridhar pasumarthy (ADVOCATE)     06 November 2011

Dear Sidhardh,

The nature of property will not alter in the hands of a only son.  The property remains ancestral property.  If he begets a son, he becomes a coparcener by his birth in the said property. 

Sidhardh (Advocate)     06 November 2011

Very thanx but any citations please

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