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Respected sir can i get share in my second step mother's land. Property is my father Ancestral

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An individual gets the right to ancestral property by birth. Typically, ancestral property refers to property that has been inherited for four or more generations and has not been divided or sold off. Since the property inherited by your father is explained as ancestral property, you are entitled to an equal share along with other legal heirs in the said ancestral property. Until and unless an undivided ancestral property is partitioned through a decree of partition passed by a Civ ...ReadMore

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icon Four boundaries in the schedule C are wrong

Hi name is yadu iam from Andhra Pradesh. On Nov 4 of 2023 my father has gifted his apartment in tirupathi.iam the only son. But in schedule C four of the boundaries are wrong ... instead of East it is

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In the given scenario, a deed of rectification which, is also referred to as a deed of confirmation, correction deed, confirmation deed, supplementary deed, amendment deed, etc. required to rectify the error in the Schedule of property of the original deed of gift with the prior permission of the Registrar/Sub-Registrar. Both parties to the Gift (Donor and Donee) must consent to the revisions requested and attend at the sub-registrar's office for the registration of the rectificatio ...ReadMore

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icon Issue about land

Hi, My father had two brothers in which my father is the elder and died long ago from that time last uncle (father's last brother) took all the land in his hands and online all the property in his na

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In the given scenario, you need to file a civil suit for a declaration under Sec.34 of the Specific Relief Act, 1963 against the rival claimant before the competent Civil Court seeking an injunction under Order 39 Rule 1 & 2 CPC read with Section 151 of CPC praying the Court to exercise its inherent power to do justice. Reach out to an Advocate experienced in property matters for advice and steps.

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Sir, meri ek friend ne mere se 800000 rupaiye udhar liye par nhi de rahi police mein fir di par koi acction nhi li police na usse kuch puchi kahan paise lagayi kyun nhi return kar rahi.Mere se nhi aur


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In your situation, where your friend has borrowed INR 800,000 and has failed to repay, despite filing an FIR, it's crucial to ensure that the police conduct a thorough investigation. Since the matter involves a significant amount and potentially affects multiple individuals, you may need to escalate the issue. Under Indian law, particularly the Indian Penal Code (IPC), sections such as 406 (criminal breach of trust) and 420 (cheating) could apply. You should approach a senior police ...ReadMore

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icon Seeking help regarding my mother

In my family there is only me and my mother and there is no other to help us during the time of crisis. I am now 51 years old and my mother is 83 years. Till 2001 I have been diagnosed with anxiety di


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In your challenging situation, you are dealing with a combination of health issues and caregiving responsibilities. Legally, placing your mother in an old age home against her will can be complex, especially since she has marginal dementia, which affects her decision-making capacity. According to Indian law, under the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007, you have a duty to care for your aging parent. However, if her well-being is at risk due to her curre ...ReadMore

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icon False Case on Footpath passing through my farm Land

My Nabour has filed 3 False Case in village office and revenue department on Footpath passing through my farmland. He do not have any document nor there was any footpath passing through my property. H


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You have to protest all such cases and to get the orders in your favour. There is no other forum you to lodge complaint because other side cannot establish his false claims.

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icon Partition suit

How 10 acres land is partitioned in 5/16 share


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Partitioning 10 acres of land into 5/16 shares involves a specific legal process governed by Indian property laws, particularly the Partition Act of 1893 and relevant state-specific laws. Firstly, all co-owners must agree to the partition, which can be done either amicably through mutual consent or through a legal partition suit if there is disagreement. The process typically involves identifying the exact boundaries of each share, ensuring equal distribution of land value, and obta ...ReadMore

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What happens when a power of attorney grantor would die between the date of submission and date of registration of the final deed ?


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The validity of General Power of Attorney extinguishes with the death of the principal/executor or the GPA holder. On the Death of the GPA holder that Power of Attorney becomes inoperative and its enforceability gets seized. In the case of a Joint GPA holder, even if one attorney dies, the GPA becomes invalid and requires the execution of a fresh GPA by the remaining principals along with the legal heirs of the deceased principals in favour of other attorneys to execute the deed of ...ReadMore

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icon Divorce MCD

me and my wife are taking mcd will it affect my child


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On dissolution of marriage through a decree of divorce, the custody of a child below 5 years of age is given to the mother. As per the Guardians and Wards Act 1890, once a child achieves the age of 9 years in India, his/her preference for custody is considered by the Court on appeal seeking custody of a child by either parent. Fathers can get sole custody of their children. To do so, first and foremost he must establish the unfitness of the mother before the Court seeking the custod ...ReadMore

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icon Rectification of Saledeeds

A housing society sold a plot of land in Bengaluru to 'A" about 35 years back. I bought the plot from A about 33 years back and built a house 30 years back. I gifted 50% uds to my daughter. Presently,


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Given that there is a discrepancy in the survey number in the sale deed from the housing society, it is important to rectify this error to avoid any legal complications during the sale of your property. Under Indian law, particularly the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, and the Registration Act, 1908, a rectification deed is a legal document used to correct errors in a previously executed deed.
Rectification Deed: The housing society can execute a rectification deed to correct the su ...ReadMore

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