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Shruti Bhatia   18 May 2020

property law in india

how exactly does property law work in India?
we have a property on our Grandmaas name who passed away few years back
..it is still on her name..
how does a brother get his other brother to sell the property and give him his share if he needs the money urgently??


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Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     18 May 2020

how exactly does property law work in India?     What do you mean by work in India? Under trsfer of Property Act.

 

we have a property on our Grandmaas name who passed away few years back ..it is still on her name.

The property will devolve  upon the legal heirs of your grandmother, if she has left any will or gift deed or any other legal instrument then the property shall be transferred accordingly but for any transfer you need to take efforts and legally get the proprty transferred according to situation .

how does a brother get his other brother to sell the property and give him his share if he needs the money urgently??

By  seeking partition of property and then they can do anything with their respective share. 

P. Venu (Advocate)     18 May 2020

Brother - whose brother? How is he related to the late grandmother?

Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     18 May 2020

Originally posted by : Shruti Bhatia
how exactly does property law work in India?  we have a property on our Grandmaas name who passed away few years back..it is still on her name..how does a brother get his other brother to sell the property and give him his share if he needs the money urgently??

 

1. "ALL" the residual Legal Heirs of Grand Mother, can execute a mutually signed "Family Settlement Deed", defining their portitions & rights with mutual consent, and then can subseuqnelty sell their divisible property.

2. IF above is not possible THEN filing Civil Court suit for claim on such property is the only legal way.

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Manogya Chava   18 May 2020

Hello, in furtheracne to the answer provided above you may refer to this link - https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/articles/succession-laws-6047.asp

Hope this helps, thank you. 


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