Father and brothers are selling ancestral land Father and brothers are selling ancestral land

Hi dear lawyers,

My Father and brothers are planning to sell ancestral land.
We have ancestral land in Haryana that my father inherited from my great-grandfather.
My Father and brothers are planning to sell ancestral land.
I went to my father and asked about my share, he is saying that they will not give me any share in the ancestral land.
My father is giving all the land to my brothers and my brothers will immediately sell it.

Can they sell all the land without my consent?
What should I do, if they sell it without my consent?
What action should I take?

Please guide me.

Anik

Responded 2 months ago

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A.Dear Client,
You can file a partition suit against them to get your shares in property. And you can also file a restraining order against your father and brothers, so they can't do anything with the land.
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A.Dear Sir,
You have to file partition suit immediately and you will get a defined share and you may file interim application restraining your father and brother from alienating ancestral properties till disposal of partition suit.
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