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Jagan R

Hi , My father had expired 3 years ago without a will. He had registered his self acquired property and one of the ancestral property which he got from partition from his brothers on my mother

Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi
In law, property obtained by way of partition is a self acquired property by virtue of section 8 of Hindu succession act.
So, technically your mother will have absolute rights over the properties that were registered in her name by your father and she has full power to write a WILL in name of any person who she so desires. Your sister cannot claim ownership of these properties as your father has transferred these properties to your mother during his life time.
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A family in Telangana, Father, Mother , two sons and a younger daughter Father self acquired property in 1960. Father died before 1972, when the daughter was 5 months age and there is no will. Daughte

Posted 1 year ago


A. NO. Daughters were made equal shareholder of family property in 2005. so clearly you can't file a case now.
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Dear Sir, Madam, Our Property is sold illegally by HDB Financial Services Ltd, while the Case is still pending with DRT1 Chennai. we have EC Copy as a proof for the sale executed. Note: All our Belon

Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir,
The following information is exhaustive in nature
How To Register a Complaint Against Housing Society/Any other Trust/ Professionals/Builder as defined below.
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https://www.icrpc.org/icrpc.org.contact.htm

International Consumer Rights Protection Council
Consumer Court entertains consumer complaints against defective product or service. Bima Lokpal, Lok Ayukt, Lok Adalat are also places where complaints can be filed.

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rahul sharma

we booked a flat in January 2017. was supposed to get possession in April 2019. despite pushing the builder for registration the whole year it was not processed. In may 2020 the jharkhand government w

Posted 1 year ago


A. #property#free advice
You can initiate proceeding and seek damages from him
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Anonymous

Sir Made a deal with a party of sale of my house on 2 March 2020. Party agreed to pay full amount between 2 to 16 march 2020. Till date party has not responded. I am helpless being widow senior citize

Posted 1 year ago


A. 1) When & where is your property?
2) From whom did the Customer come to your contact ? like net, Friend, or Agent
3) If there is some intermediator then ask him/her the update
4) The house is a Flat/ Chawl etc., & has the Customer paid you any Advance for the same? If you have received Any Advance for the same then ONLY chances of the Customer is there to come OR else consider that the customer has now changed his mind as now after lockdown property markets have droped down by almost 30-40% as m ...ReadMore
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Anonymous

There's link road on the back side of my land which is under the ownership of PWD department, now in lockdown period PWD is metalling that road which was dirty road (????? ??? ) earlier, now PWD is tr

Posted 1 year ago


A. Approach High Court through video conference through advocate or some district courts are also entertaining urgent matters.
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Anonymous

I hav been looking after my parents since six years, paying loans of my father’s as he retired long back and I’m the only working child now. My sister got married 6 years ago and left to Australia

Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,

What is the nature of the property, if self-earned, you may request your parents to gift the same as per his wish.
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If father dies before 2005 means befite the commencement of hindu succession amendment act,in that case a married daughter is eligible to claim ancestral property or not?

Posted 1 year ago


A. The stated principle applies only to the living daughters of living coparceners who would be entitled to claim a share in the ancestral property. so if grounds so exist daughters are entitled to share in the property. If required consult with detail.
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Purushothama naik

My Mother 70 years old and her parents are died long back, they are 5 members brothers and sisters now alive only 3, one brother and one sister passed away. as mouth conversation my uncle said will p

Posted 1 year ago


A. You can file declaration suit against them immediately. If land possession long years ago then you have more remedies
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