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Property dispute

This is regarding right of daughters in the property of father.

Please advise accordingly as per details as under:-

My mother and my mother’s 3 sisters want to know whether they have their rights in the property of their father who has died 15 years ago. Actually my maternal grand mother died 20 years ago and when she was alive then my maternal grand father and maternal grand mother adopted a son. After the death of my maternal grand mother my maternal grand father did second marriage. My grand father did not have any child from second marriage. Now, my step maternal grand mother has also died and only step uncle (my mother’s step brother) is alive.


Please advise whether these 4 sisters who are actually blood related children have their rights in the property or not.


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kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     03 September 2013

if your grandpa died intestate, all the legal heirs including adopted children will have right over the share (if it is ancestral) or on entire property (if it is self acquired) of your grandpa.  This is for information only.

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