Nikhil SHETTY 28 January 2022
Adv. K.S.A.Narasimha Rao (firstname.lastname@example.org ) 29 January 2022
Yes but if they prove that the joint family funds are utilised for purchase of such property, though the proprerty is in individual name, whose name appears to be self acquired.
Aryan Raj 29 January 2022
In response to your query,
The right to challenge is definitely available to all of them but that doesn't mean that they are definitely going to succeed. The court will try to find out if the case valid by identifying if the property is self acquired or inherited from ancestral property. But if the property is self acquired then you have nothing to worry about just provide the relevant documents to establish that the property is self acquired and the case will go in your favor.
PALLABH HALDAR 30 January 2022
In case of Mutation first you need to understand Mutation does not give Ownership Rights Neither it gives Information regarding Clear Titles of Land Records.
The legal heirs can only challenge when there is deficiencies or irregularities in Documents or some fraud has taken place the burden of proof lies with them which they have to prove in Court.
Advocate Pallabh Haldar