Honesty is best policy Honesty 11 February 2022
anubhav Bhatt 11 February 2022
Aryan Raj 11 February 2022
According to the Hindu Succession Act a woman has absolute right over the her property she has however it may have been acquired, but when a woman dies intestate the legal heirs have equal rights over the property. In this case you and your father are rightful legal heirs therefore you can file a lawsuit against him for not taking your consent before selling the property.
And you also have legal rights to claim property of your grandfather as that is an ancestral property for you and you cannot be left out of it.
Honesty is best policy Honesty 12 February 2022
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 12 February 2022
You have a share in the ancestral property with your father, however, it is not an ancestral property which has devolved upon you (with your father) inherited from your maternal grandfather through your deceased mother.
Part of property stated to have been sold by your father can be cancelled.
Your father can be restrained from selling further any part of remaining property of your grandfather.
Consult and engage a local prudent lawyer for proper appreciation of facts and necessary proceedings.
P. Venu (Advocate) 16 February 2022
Late mother's property ws vested with you and your father. You may take steps to get the sale relating to your share cancelled.
Grandfather - is it mother's father or father's father? Please post complete facts.