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self acquired or joint property


My paternal uncle son is doctor having joint share and living in joint family house, acquired properties from his profession be called as self acquired property or joint property. The said doctor is claiming self acquired property.
 
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subregistrar/supdt.(retired)

He is living with joint family and all the members are enjoying the properties, the property earned by the Doctor also a joint property.


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Retired employee.

I am afraid that if the co-sharer earns on his profession and expertise or skills,  those self acquired properties can not be stated as joint as per Hindu law.

 
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Advocate

The facts, as posted, lacks clarity; it appears that there are deeper issues.

 
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sir which clarity u want. reply me pl. I will clarify and read carefully
 
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Advocate

Is there a dispute raised by the doctor himself or other family members? Has the properties been purchased in the name of the family members or the doctor himself? Please note that this is not a case of how the properties are 'called' but how thw title is vested?

 
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Family members i.e. elder paternal uncle who is farmer raised the share in the property. The self acquired properties of doctor is in his name and in his mother name bought by doctor.
 
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Family members i.e. elder paternal uncle who is farmer raised the share in the property. The self acquired properties of doctor is in his name and in his mother name bought by doctor.
 
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Family members i.e. elder paternal uncle who is farmer raised the share in the property. The self acquired properties of doctor is in his name and in his mother name bought by doctor.
 
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