Ancestors property Sale -Can a father sale agriculture land Ancestors property Sale -Can a father sale agriculture land

Can a father sale agriculture land on his name received inherited from grandfather. If not how can he be prevented from such sale.

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A. Until and unless the property in the hand of your father is ancestral, your father is entitled to such sale and you can't prevent. A property becomes ancestral when it remains unpartitioned for last four generations through male lineage. In case of Ancestral property, your father cannot sale without consent of the adult successors.

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Property matter -possible to get urgent hearing in this matter high court Property matter -possible to get urgent hearing in this matter high court

I bought the house in year 2005. We paid half the amount and half was to be paid after registration. But owner backed out and didn't come for registration and refused to give our money back. We filled

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A. Yes. It is necessary to mention the matter before the Hon'ble Court after giving notice to the Appellant for early enlistment of the matter. If any senior citizen is party to this Appeal, then on that ground priority in enlistment can be prayed.

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Do I need to pay the stamp duty to get the sale certificate registered or no need to pay stamp duty Do I need to pay the stamp duty to get the sale certificate registered or no need to pay stamp duty

I have purchased a property via Canara bank auction under sarfaesi act . I have got the possession and sale certificate from bank. Now do I need to pay the stamp duty to get the sale certificate regis

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A. Dear Client,

To attain the full legal ownership of the property purchased, paying stamp duty is crucial. Otherwise, the documents can be seized (impounded) , cannot be used as evidence in case of any dispute and a penalty of a fine can be imposed.

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Agreement of sale cum GPA Agreement of sale cum GPA

X and Y persons gave agreement of sale cum GPA to Z person. Now Z person wants to sell property to person A. should A person can purchase from Z person or X and Y should first sale deed to Z and then

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A. Dear Client,

A sale cum GPA does not make the property marketable, for that a sale deed is required. Thus, first a sale deed should have been executed against Z. This would make Z the owner of the property and then it can be sold to A.

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Trespassers will be prosecuted Trespassers will be prosecuted

To display the trespassers will be prosecuted sign in a property, do we need to take court permission or do we need to do any registration.

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A. Dear client,
As you intend to put the sign inside your property, you are free to do as you wish. Therefore, you do not have to take any court permission or do any registration to put up the sign on your property.
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Inherited property Inherited property

Hello, My mother & father passed away long back, leaving back a property. I have a brother who has an equal share in it. He is unwilling to sell the property. But i wanted to sell so i can use the mon

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A. You can ask your brother to purchase your undivided share or to make Partition either through registered Partition Deed or through Partition Suit.

In alternative,you can sale your undivided half share to any stranger purchaser but he will not get the dwelling right until and unless the property becomes divided either through registered Partition Deed or through Partition Suit.

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Father property (self-acquired)sharing Father property (self-acquired)sharing

We were 3 sons. My brother got married in 2000. He has a son., Krishna. Krisna's mother died after 20days of his birth. Elder brother (Raj) did 2 marriage .Raj has 2 children with his 2 wife. He die

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A. Dear Client,
If the property is self acquired property of your father then he can transfer it as per his will but if it is a ancestral property then all legal heirs has equal right over it and he cannot deprive anyone of that property.
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Government land Government land

Hi I am doing business in government land from past 20 years now government is doing some construction work in that area,my question is that it is possible to take stay on government land or should I

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A. Dear client,
If you have the necessary permissions to do your business there then you are not doing anything wrong. However, if you are working there without having taken the required permissions then it may prove to be a problem.
Thank you.

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Claim on ancestral house Claim on ancestral house

Hello, our ancestral home was in my mother's name. It's the house where we all grew up as kids. I think my mother has transferred her rights to her brother, (my uncle) who's residing in that house ri

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A. Dear client,
you have a legal claim over the property still. Even if the property transfers, your share in that property remains so you can always file a suit in the court of concerned jurisdiction and claim your property.
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Acquired property- status of succession certificate Acquired property- status of succession certificate

Father in law and mother in law died intestate. Property on father in law's name. One son and one married daughter. There is a widow and her daughter of the predeceased son. How many legal heirs to b

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A. Dear client,
as there is one son and one daughter, both of them will get half equal share in the property which is undivided as of now. Succession certificate can be obtained them but it is not useful for this issue.
Thank you

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