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married daughter share in inherited property


I am residing in maharastra. I am the only son of my father who expired in 2007 without a will. I have a sister who is married in 1988 . My father has acquired ancesteral property from my grandfather. My grandfather in his will has given the property to my father . The property is  self acquired by my gradfather ie my gradfather purchased from seller.

Now my sister is asking for the claim in property . Can she have claim in property as per maharastra successsion act  /central govt act?

What is the ancesteral property? In my case, the  property is purchased by my gradfather so is it ancesteral.?

I have some idea of maharastra succession act 405a and 495a. Can somebody throw light on this ? It states that marred daugther before 1994 donot have any right in ancesteral property . If so, do they have right in self acquired property .

what right my sister has (married in 1988) in ancesteral and self acquired property of my father ?

 

 

 
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she's right in this property.

 
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thanks bharat kumar

well,understand that she has obviously got some right in property. i came to know from a friend of mine that maharastra succession act 405a and 495a states that daugther  marred before 1994 does not have any right in ancesteral property . As a lawyer can u or somone detail me as to wht this act exactly is and how is it applicable in my case? 

 
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