aashish (partner) 04 April 2010
Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh) 04 April 2010
Your father is very well owner of 1/2 share of bunglaw no. 1 and it hardly matters whether he has given consent to the socierty to enter the names of his brothers C & D.. Subsequent names are just in the record of soceity but their is no ownership/co-sharership legal document with them. Just acceptance of A & B is not sufficient to make owners to C & D in the bunglaw no. 1 so your father can withdraw his consent at any time without seeking any consent from B.
Now problem is that B is not ready to sell the bunglaw ( C & D have no say therein) so your father has no other option then to file a civil suit for partition.