Abishek.Ananda (Customer care) 07 February 2022
Aryan Raj 07 February 2022
The legal heirs are separated into two divisions under the Hindu Succession Act: Class I and Class II.
Blood relations (Father, Mother, Wife/Son, Grandchildren, Grandparents, etc.) make up the majority of Class I relatives. Other relatives are designated as Class II heirs, who are normally only entitled to the property if the Class I heirs are judged to be absent or unable to claim it.
In this case the Class I heirs are present (Your father and you) therefore the second wife of your father will not have any rights over the property which was gifted to your mother.
Abishek.Ananda (Customer care) 08 February 2022
Thank u sir,
Now I understood how it works, one more clarification. If my Father after his marriage has a child, the child would fall in th class 1 legal hires category right