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Ancestral property and government rules.
« on: December 17, 2012, 01:52:25 AM »
My father left his 20cents of land (which he got as ancestral property) and a house he built on it in my name. We are living here for the past 24 years. Basement was built a further 10years back. I remember, my father told that this property was given to tenants around 4 or 5 decades back. But later our grand father gave them another land for free and got this property vacated for building shops. The tenants who left were always faithful and thankful towards our grand parents and they maintained a good relationship with our father also.
There is a borewell with a manually operating pipe (which was used in olden days) in our property. Water never comes through that. Once a panchayat president, a friend of my dad told that it might be established by government once for the sake of people. Our grand parents were very liberal people. They have donated their land for opening schools, government hospitals etc. So we believe even that pipe, our grand father might have willingly allowed the government to place it at the corner of our plot for the sake of service. But it never worked and people might have forgotten that. We also built the fencing wall around our 20 cents including the pipe. Even before the house foundation was built, that pipe was NOT USED by anyone.
But recently village officer came to our house and asked if cattle was fed in our plot before and asked for revenue tax papers. WE said we dont remember any cattle fed in our land. But we feel now that that pipe might be the reason for that. WHat should we do now? Is it ok if we remove that pipe without anymore people noticing it? What all can we expect now? Will the government claim our land? We have all papers to prove it is a private owned land, our ancestral property. If government took over, even government should have the paper to prove that, dont they? How far we can defend our land? how far is the chances of winning/loosing.... Please help with a reply..

 

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