Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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Arun Kumar R   03 July 2020

will the granddaughter of daughter have right on grandfather's property.

Mr.A had seven children's, 5 son's and 2 daughters. Mr. A divided the land to his sons equally in 1960 but 1 gunta of land is still there in Mr.A name. He was expired in1963 and after few years his children's including 2 daughter's were also expired. Now Mr. A Daughter's daughter is in position of 1gunta land and she is saying she is also having the right on the property. Please let me clear is she is really having right on that property legally?.


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Sunayana Chhabra   04 July 2020

No, she does not have any right. If Mr. A had died after 2005, then she could have claimed but not in this case

Arun Kumar R   04 July 2020

thank you so much for your advice sir.

Adv Keches Shilwante (Partner @ Legal Biceps)     04 July 2020

if there is no interference for more than 12 year in said 1 gunta than Mr.A daughter's daughter have adverse possession

P. Venu (Advocate)     04 July 2020

The posting suggests deeper issues. Please post complete facts.


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