A Muslim girl lives without registering the marriage with a Christian man who is already married and had two male childrens. Now he bought land in 2004 around 2 grounds in his name. The Christian man and Muslim women lives without marriage for the period of 2000 to 2012 in between from the period of 2013 to 2020 that Christian man seems to be disappears no contact with him now the land which bought in his name at the time of living is still there with no possession now the problem is how to register those land in favour of muslim girl who lived with him for 12 years but no marriage certificate..? Can anyone explain me how the property right can be transfered to the Muslim women. The first wife doesn't care or interested in that land. Hence the 2nd wife Muslim need to inherit those land how is it possible? What we need to legally to attain those property.? And that Christian man also changed his religion and his name too as Muslim. By having an affidavit what's the solution kindly do help..
Living together from 2000 to 2012 certainly gives her the status of a wife, and it appears that the first wife is not interested not only in the land but her former husband. The Indian Succession Act of 1925 is a secular laws and Muslim in India does not have the proper laws like the Hindu Succession Act. Now, it is seven years since he has disappear, in other words it is not known whether he is dead or alive. I suggest that you obtain death certificate of your husband and if you obtain his death certificate you file declaratory suit in the court as the rightful heirs to the land. Do not worry whether he is alive or death, just go ahead and if any one objects to your legal actions let them prove that he is alive, and you know what to do if he is alive. All the best.
"Christian man seems to be disappears no contact with him now the land which bought in his name at the time of living is still there with no possession now the problem is how to register those land ..................."
The facts posted are disjointed and the author himself is unsure of the facts. As such, no menaingful suggestion is possible.