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My great grandmother had made a affidavit on my dad's name n my dad already have 2 sis n 1 brother they have been troubling us for the share so does the affidavit have a value which is made in 1988 an

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Posted 2 years ago


A. Hello Sir/Ma'am

yes that affidavit has a value, you can contest and claim on that basis

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My father died. We are only two sisters , my grandfather wants to secretly write all property to his brother's son. This is unjust. How can we fight on this. We will be homeless

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Posted 2 years ago


A. You can claim your right in the property if it is not honored, you need to issue notice seeking your share failing which, you need to file suit for partition, and that, you need to file an application seeking restraint orders against your Grand Father seeking direction not to transfer / sell / create third party interest in the property till disposal of partition suit. (you need to check your Personal Law)

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Posted 2 years ago


A. In order to guide you properly, the details of Litigation needs to be shared.
However, the outcome of the litigation will have an impact on the effected part i.e., either part of project or entire project. If the litigation is minute, the same will not have much impact.

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A. The probability is very less. If you can prove that, the property is bought by your father in the name of his second wife, from out of his money and she did not invest even a SINGLE RUPEE, then you have an outside chance. It cannot be done during his lifetime.

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A. If both of you are on the same page, a common wall can be built separating the properties.
If your uncles object for the same, you cannot do it without their permission or an order from court.

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A. In order to guide you properly, the terms and conditions of your offer letter / appointment letter needs to be perused. Going by contents of your post, if your claim is valid, then you can write a formal letter to them requesting for release of your payment. Failing which, you can issue notice seeking settlement of your dues in line with the terms and conditions of your agreement. Followed by filing suit for recovery of money and also you can initiate criminal proceedings against them.
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You can get family settlement deed executed by your son or get release deed from him.

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A. You can issue notice to both of them seeking partition and distribution of the said properties. Failing which, you can file suit for partition seeking your share, and that, you can also file an interim application seeking direction against your mother and sister restraining them from selling or creating third party interest in the property till disposal of the main partition suit.

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