arsalan rayeen 24 September 2020
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 25 September 2020
Contact a local advocate for issuing a notice demanding for the property as legal heirs of deceased. He can study the exact wordings, records , treatment of such income, other correspondence etc., and can guide you.
Sachidananda Rath 27 September 2020
Subhasri Chatterjee 28 September 2020
The right to a share in an ancestral property accrues from birth itself in which the property is inherited from the original owner only on account of his death. In such an ancestral property, the grandchild/grandchildren have equal share. Here you can file a civil suit for declaration and partition along with petition for interim relief. But a grandchild has no birth right in the self-acquired property of his grandfather if it has been alloted to his father as a legal heir in the partition deed. The grandfather can transfer such self-acquired property to whomever he desires. No one can claim birth right over such property. If the grandfather died without leaving a will, then only his immediate legal heirs including his wife, son(s) and daughter(s) will have the right to inherit the property. In case the grandfather's son or daughter dies before him, then the legal heirs of the predeceased son or daughter would get the share which the predeceased son or daughter would have got in their respective shares. You need to first see if it is an ancestral property or a self-acquired property left by your grandfather.
Sachidananda Rath 28 September 2020