Property


Mr A was Tenant, during Karnataka Land Reforms act, A filed declaration for grant of ocupancy right, before passing the order, Mr. A Expired, later Land Tribunal Granted Occupancy Right in Favour of AZ .ie wife of Mr.A, after the death of AZ, the Property is Partitioned between C,D,E,F (children of A&AZ) Whether it is Ancestral Property OR self acquired Property of C D E F? Kindly advice
 

 
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Advocate

It is only devolved on them by vortue of adverse possession.How it could be ancestral?

 
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Lawyer

A tenant shall always remain a tenant, no title is transferred in the name of tenant to be declared as "self acquired" or "ancestral".

It would be better to consult and engage a local prudent lawyer for appreciation of facts and documents, professional advise and necessary proceeding. 

 
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Advocate

Yes, the property is not ancestral.

 
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