LAND SOLD OUT WITHOUT PERMISSION LAND SOLD OUT WITHOUT PERMISSION

I bought land in Siliguri, West Bengal before 9 years from my cousin brother and last year by September I got to know that he sold out my land. I have payment receipt of that land. My query is I can f

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A. No

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Registry of Property. Registry of Property.

Hello, We are going to purchase a property and taking loan on it on my own name but I want to the Registry on my Mother's Name. Can you please tell me its possible? If Yes!!! What will be the proc

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A. The bank shall not allow it.

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Joint Property partition Joint Property partition

V four brother living in a joint house named on my deceased mother. The property is undivided. The 4th brother family is living on ground floor. The 3rd brother family and my family is living on first

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A. Dear Sir,
You can go for partition and Court will decide the matter on merits taking into consideration all the relevant facts.

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My grandfather had 6 children [4 sons –A, B, C & D and 2 daughters ‘E’ and ‘F’] A, B & C - Defendants and D is the ‘Plantiff’ , ‘E’ and ‘F’ have not contested and have no objecti

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A. Dear Sir,
If purchasers of ready A, B and C can sell their property without the signature of D.

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Regarding partion Regarding partion

What if my father, his brother and my grandma had acquired property together from their mother in law. Is it self acquired property or a citral property?

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A. Dear Sir,
Please see the following example and decide yourself.
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Dear Sir,
What does the grandparent's property law in India state? Does the grandson own the right to the property?
All property's owned by a Hindu person devolves onto his class one legal heir's.

Now to the specific scenario's in ur example (for sake of convenience I'm presuming ur ur grandfather has only one legal heir)

Senario1: The property is self acquired by you ...ReadMore

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