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I am only son of my parents my house was in name of my mother now my mother an father passrd away how this property transfer in my name

A. If your parents have died intestate then you need to get their death certificates and obtain legal heirship certificates or Succession Certificate. If your parents have died testate then the executor of the Will must probate the Will. In either situation you have to engage an advocate. Once you have obtained the documents transfer of property will be done in your name. Contact Vidhikarya for allotting a local lawyer.
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Ravi S

Posted 1 year ago

Sir, my grandfather acquired property in three names one in the name of my grandmother, one in his self name and one in his last child among three sons , Now both of my grandparents are dead and my father who was one among the three children is also dead, my paternal uncle's ate trying to drive us out of the property which is on the name of my grandfather and grandmother.. Please help me what should I do

A. File a partition suit and get appropriate order.
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Tripti Saxena

Posted 1 year ago

I have one plot. 20 years ago we purchased it but we did registatry in the name of my sister because of some issues . Now she refused to give the plot to me . All legal documents is with us . She don't have any type of documents and the property is also we are using since last 20 years.please advise us .how can we get back our plot. Is it possible to get stay on the property.

A. No she is the legal owner of the property as it had been registered in her name. Even though you have the original deed. She can apply for the certified copy of the deed and sale the property to third party. No consent is required from you. You have no recourse from court.
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Hi All, I have taken a house for lease for 2.5 lakhs,i could not relocate to the house as my wife got pregnant and my parents asked me not to shift current house so as per agreement i informed about it to house owner and after 3 months of notice period i asked my lease amount by then he had given the house for rent for other person and its almost 4 months now i am stuggle to get back the lease amount,he says i can go to police station or court he is not bothered he doesnt have money to pay me,what can be done on this matter?

A. Did you have a written lease agreement? If yes then do this .
1. Send him a legal notice asking for the money that he owes you.
2. File a civil SUMMARY SUIT (Order 37 of CPC) in the local civil court to recover your money. This is a faster way of getting your money back if you have the documents.
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My maternal grand father bought some land 25 years back. His brothers filed a case against him asking for a share in the land. My maternal grand father has included my mother and her brother as defendants in the case stating that they have equal rights to the property and won the case. He died in 1995. Then, his brothers went to high court and recently withdrew the case via settlement. Now, my maternal uncle is not giving any land to my mother. What can we do get the share in the land bought by my maternal grand father?

A. File partition suit and ask for legal share into property. contact with our vidhikarya lawyers for filing suit and legal advice.
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There is a piece of Agricultural Land (about half a Hectre) at my native place. This land is an ancestral property and it was firstly in the name of my grandfather who died 20 years back. After his death, this land got transferred in the name of his legal heirs – his wife (my grandmother) and his two sons – i.e. my father and my uncle. (They also three daughters – but all of them had given away their rights (revocation deed) several years back). So, my grandmother, my father and my uncle – each owned 33% of the land. My father passed away 12 years back – however his name continued to be there on the 7-12. My grandmother passed away 4 years back. After my grandmother’s death, myself approached the Local Talathee office, provided them with the death certificates of my father and grandmother and requested them, 1. That my father’s ownership (i.e. 33% of the land) transferred in the name of myself and my mother, since we are his only legal heirs. 2. That my grandmother’s ownership (i.e. 33% of the land) transferred to her legal heirs – i.e. to my uncle, and my father – since my father is no more - to myself and my mother, since we are his only legal heirs. According to this the Talathee office issued a ‘Ferfaar’ and got the names my father and my grand-mother removed and names of myself and my mother added on the 7-12 of the land. Thus myself and my mother together are not the owners of the 50% of the land and my uncle remains the owner of other 50%. This happened immediately after my grandmother’s death, i.e. 4 years ago. However, all these years it was only my uncle who used to cultivate the entire half hectre land and alone used to take 100% of the earnings from it without giving us anything. After our names came on the 7-12, we approached our uncle to give us our share of 50% of the land, but he refused to give us anything. We also approached the village panchayat (‘Tantaa-Muktee Samitee’ in Maharashtra, i.e. a voluntaree body that tries to resolve the disputes within the village amicably). However, he didn’t attend the meeting they had invited. He still continues to hold and cultivate the entire land denying us access to it, although the 7-12 is also in our name. Since we are two helpless women he literally is bullying us. Please advise how should we get our piece of land?

A. Already the share of property in your name in record, you can enjoy the property or dispose. Now the question of revenue from the land not being shared in question is dispute cannot at the goodness of the part owner. You can fence your share with help of local authority or appoint your representative to produce on your share.If problem persist consult a Property Lawyer from panel of Vidhikarya quickly for guidance & help.
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My father had a house property which was divided equally into his two sons, me and my elder brother ligally. There are some common places in this property like bathroom,stair cases etc which can be used only by me and my brother's family not by any third party as per the deed.My father died in 2012. After that time my brother acquired an illegal interest in my property side. He wants to possess it illegally. That's why he let out his property to a tenant to make a trouble to us. The tenant is using the common places illegally which can't be used by a third party and also has attempted to block me and my family's use of the common places.They are torturing ous very badly. What is the ligal solution for it??

A. Dear Sir,
You purchase portion of your brother as you have preferential right over it and your brother no more residing in it. Secondly you may file suit for permanent injunction to protect your privacy and legal right as follows.
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