Property dispute Property dispute

My father in law expired last year according to his will he has written is property in my husband name that is his last will but my husband brother is not allowing us to sell the property because the

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A. Going by your version, i.e., purchase of property was funded by your FIL, during relevant purchase date the age, income status and earning capacity of your BIL has to be taken into consideration. If he is a student / without income he is only a nominal party without contribution.
However, to challenge a registered document it is not advisable, but using the Will of your FIL, you can offer to sell the half share of your FIL to your BIL i.e., offer Right of First Refusal to him, if he refuses to ...ReadMore

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Property Property

My son is demanding for his share of the ancestral flat by asking for its equivalent money to be paid. What is the process to get this done? What options do I have to determine the correct flat value

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A. You can get the flat value from the concerned Sub Registrar or District Registrar of your place i.e., Market Value Certificate of the Flat can be obtained from there.
You can get family settlement deed executed by your son or get release deed from him.

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Property dispute,can we make a wall that divides our neighbour Property dispute,can we make a wall that divides our neighbour

Actually our neighbour are our uncle there are disputes every now and then also they have beaten up my mother once so we want to build a wall so that our we don't see each other and there no dispute o

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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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Litigation on housing project Litigation on housing project

There is one pending litigation on housing development project. What will be the impact on individual flat buyer?

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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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Property Family Dispute Property Family Dispute

My mother passed away. So there was a common room, she had 4 children 2 sons and 2 daughters. As a son, I am demanding 50% of that room, which my elder brother is denying, saying he looked after our m

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A. All of you get equal share.
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Water damage from flat above: who is liable? Water damage from flat above: who is liable?

Water damage from flat above: who is liable? I'm resinding at maharaja complex and im secretary we want to opinion on above matter. Upper floor owner or jointly?

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A. I have gone through your query in detail.
1) But in practical practice it is done by the upper floor only as it is leaking from his house into your house and if the repair estimates is Say Rs. 50,000/- (normal) or Rs.70,000/- (With good Tiles/ Fittings Etc.) then it may be of the very costly material which he will be putting on his floor bathroom and so the below fellow will not be benefiting on the same as the person staying below is only concerned about the leakage in his house ……
2) So if ...ReadMore

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Getting Passbook and chance of wining case if filed Getting Passbook and chance of wining case if filed

My grandmaa registered a will for 0.94 acre in 1980 to father's brother who is blood relation before adopting my father. From there on wards my uncle paid tax in name of grandma by taking money and ha

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A. File a case and it may be ended in compromise. Litigation will bring some force.
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CONTEMPT TO COURT ORDER : FORCEFUL  CULTIVATION  OF LAND CONTEMPT TO COURT ORDER : FORCEFUL CULTIVATION OF LAND

Dear Sir, We had filed a Civil suit over our 3.26 acres property, which was transferred through forgery of documents. The hon'ble Civil Court in Patnagarh has given judgement in our favor on 29.02

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A. Approach the same court and get court commissioner and police help
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My neighbor troubling me to access my farm land. I have to pass through his land to cultivate mine. we both purchased land from same owner (my property paper clearly given 10 feet road mentioned to ac

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A. Approach civil court as it is your easementary right.
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Hi, My grandfathers father wrote a uyil regarding his property all belongs to his grandson not his son but my grandfather sold some property without his son signature, there is no proper document for

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A. If it is not ancestral property then such sale is legal.
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