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Right to property
« on: October 07, 2013, 04:41:26 AM »
I am going through a strange case.. My Father-In-Law (FIL) encouraged me to go in towards constructing an independent house and towards that he gave some money to the  builder towards construction. Self and my wife availaled a loan from LIC and constructed the house. The Property is registered in my name and my wifes name and we have both my parents and her parents living with us for the last 10 years. Out of the blue , my FIL started abusing my MIL phsycially and started creating a scene as if we are not allowing him to earn a good retired life. He resides in a portion of my house which he now wants to rent and also take possession of that property since he claims he has paid for his portion . Since my MIL objected to the same , he started abusing her physically. Fearing her life, we brought her to our portion and since last 2 years she is living with us. Now my FIL has filed a case claiming his right over renting his portion and also claiming his right over the property. He is also planning to construct a floor without out consent.
Kindly advice , what right he has over the property even if he has valid cheque and payment details paid to the builder..
We have never asked him to move out of the house nor abused him anyways.. He is becmoming a nuisance and my MIL wants to apply for Divorce ( she is 68 years old ).
What is the legal course we should take.. kindly advice..

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Re: Right to property
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2013, 03:35:03 AM »
In whose name is the property
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Re: Right to property
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2013, 10:03:15 AM »
The Property is registered in my name and my wifes name (Joint holders).

 

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