"A" the head of the family, use to run a tailor shop in a rental premises. He was having a wife along with four sons and two daughters. Later on, daughters got married. After some years A died and his four sons have started maintaining that tailor shop. Elder son use to maitain the said tailor shop and other 3 brothers use to help him doing the same. As time passed away, out of the earnings, they purchased the said rented premises by paying the purchase amount in lakhs. Everything was fine, but at the time of registration the elder brother got the property registered on his name. The other 3 brothers out of love and affection, believed their elder brother thinking that they would also get the share as time passes away and continued to help their elder brother in maintaining the tailor shop and business. Subsequently, when the younger brothers requested their elder brother to provide them with their rightful share, he refused.
MY QUESTION IS HOW THE SAID 3 YOUNGER BROTHERS CAN GET THEIR SHARE FROM THE SAID PROPERTY?
note: For your information, the 3 younger brothers don't have any material proof or evidence to prove their case. only surrounding shop owners know that these 4 brothers are doing the business since long 30 years.