Hindu Succestion Act for daughter Hindu Succestion Act for daughter

5 years ago

My mom & dad both expired in oct 1999 & oct 2005 respectively. My Nani expired on April 2008. My nani is having 5 childerns incluning my mom. 3 girls &2 boys. Now only mama are alive. I want to know we (grand daughter of nani's ) are still coparcer for this property (1 rooms in chawl). Mama said that he will not give any share of the property because my mom is dead & we dont hv right on this property now. Kindly suggest we hv right or not as per Hindu Succession act, 2005.

Kishan Dutt Kalaskar

Responded 5 years ago

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A.Shall I issue a legal notice on your behalf TO YOUR MAMA CLAIMING PARTITION THEN FILE A SUIT FOR PARTITION. Please Consult management of Vidhikarya.
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Ambrose Leo

Responded 5 years ago

A.Yes. You have legal right in the property as coparcer under the Hindu Succession Law and as per land mark judgement of Apex Court. Instead of waiting to your mama, better to take advice & help of a property lawyer from panel of Vidhikarya claim your share of property & protect your interest quickly.
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GANESH SHARMA

Responded 5 years ago

A.Daughter of pre deceased daughter means your mom should die before your nani. That is basically pre deceased meaning. You r a copercenar.
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GANESH SHARMA

Responded 5 years ago

A.Yes as per the scheduled of succession act daughter of predeceased daughter is heir and coparcenar in the property. You and entitled
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Anonymous

Replied 5 years ago

Act says daughter should be alive on 2005. Its no matter when she born before or after 2005. Is it true? Because my mom was die on 1999. Still i m coparcenar for the property or not.

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