1.If the property is self-acquired, the father can deal it as he likes and in some cases, if the father is highly rich and influential, and the son is spoiling the reputation and raising loans as of such a rich father, then there are cases where fathers publish it newspapers and disclose that the properties are self-acquired by him and that he is not responsible for the debts incurred by his son. If the father is ancestral, the father can never oust the rights of other co-sharers and contact a local advocate to warn the public on behalf of other co-sharers on such ancestral property.
2.Sometimes, the father may be kind enough and not to harass the entire family of a son and may offer his property for rent for the son's family due to love and reputation of the family. . The local advocate may guide you for drafting such a lease deed and to prevent misuse of such occupation to claim the title on the property.