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Q. Construction of residential house on land registered in deceased mother's name

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Pankaj Nath

posted 4 months ago

Q.Construction of residential house on land registered in deceased mother's name
My late mother (Hindu, d. 2013) has three surviving legal heirs - her widower husband (my father), her unmarried elder son (my brother), and myself (unmarried younger son), all Hindu. There's a piece of non-agricultural land (meant for house) registered in her name. Legal heir document is available in the name of us three.

1. Can we construct a residential house on it?

2. Is transfer of title of the land (mutation) mandatory before initiating construction?

3. Who needs to apply for building plan approval before the civic authority among us three?

4. In whose name Electricity, Water etc. connections need to be applied?

5. House once constructed, in whose name will it be, who'll be its owner? (ghar kiske naam par hoga, ghar ka maalik kaun hoga)

Thanks in advance.

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Shreyash Mohta

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Responded 4 months ago

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A. ) You need to distribute the same before doing the construction.

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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Responded 4 months ago

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A. ) Before construction you will need to distribute it

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Pankaj Nath

Replied 4 months ago

Thanks for answering, sir.

We want to construct a house and live jointly there. We don't want to partition / distribute it among us.

Is it possible?

Thanks again.

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 3 Year(s)

Replied 4 months ago

Yes it will be possible

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