Property transfer from father to son


House is purchased by my Grandfather from his own income. After my grandfather death, as he mentioned his personal dairy property has been shared between my Dad & family members.

(My Grand Father is having Three sons and two daughters)

After my grandfather death, my grandmother has transferred House to My Father name and except my Grandmother, none of them signed or did not made any property agreement.

Today one of my Dad younger brother claiming a portion from house, is he legally valid to claim a portion of property?

 
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Ok it means property dont have single owner now as per statement primeryly your grand father give part of property to your father it means half of property transferred to grand mothers name and she made document to transferred to your father is grand mother is a live till now and she made document registerred and probated or not means its legal authentication is valid or not
 
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Ok it means property dont have single owner now as per statement primeryly your grand father give part of property to your father it means half of property transferred to grand mothers name and she made document to transferred to your father is grand mother is a live till now and she made document registerred and probated or not means its legal authentication is valid or not
 
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Ok it means property dont have single owner now as per statement primeryly your grand father give part of property to your father it means half of property transferred to grand mothers name and she made document to transferred to your father is grand mother is a live till now and she made document registerred and probated or not means its legal authentication is valid or not
 
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Ok it means property dont have single owner now as per statement primeryly your grand father give part of property to your father it means half of property transferred to grand mothers name and she made document to transferred to your father is grand mother is a live till now and she made document registerred and probated or not means its legal authentication is valid or not
 
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Ok it means property dont have single owner now as per statement primeryly your grand father give part of property to your father it means half of property transferred to grand mothers name and she made document to transferred to your father is grand mother is a live till now and she made document registerred and probated or not means its legal authentication is valid or not
 
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Ok it means property dont have single owner now as per statement primeryly your grand father give part of property to your father it means half of property transferred to grand mothers name and she made document to transferred to your father is grand mother is a live till now and she made document registerred and probated or not means its legal authentication is valid or not
 
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Ok it means property dont have single owner now as per statement primeryly your grand father give part of property to your father it means half of property transferred to grand mothers name and she made document to transferred to your father is grand mother is a live till now and she made document registerred and probated or not means its legal authentication is valid or not
 
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Retired employee.

Your conscience is aware as to whether your father has acted in a fair manner, by getting the entire property registered in his name from your grand mother, while she is having a right only for that part of share in a house given to you .  Every one is having independent family, and is answerable to his legal heirs on ancestral property.  If your uncles wish to enter into litigation, certainly the Court decides against your father, and may give his and his mother's proportionate share.

 
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Retired Manager

The answer to your question is a big Yes. Please contact a good Lawyer for settlement.
 
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