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Issues with distribution of Ancestral Property
« on: February 13, 2014, 12:14:28 AM »
Dear All,

Thanks for visiting my thread. The case I need to discuss with you is as follows. Please let me know your opinions on it.

X was having 86 acres of agricultural Land in 1970s. He has 2 sons A, B and 3 daughters C, D, E.

In 1980-83, He distributed his land as.                                                                             X ->20            A- > 33               B ->33.
In 1985, X forced son B to sell 10 acres to meet expenses of marriage of Daughter C.   X ->20             A- > 33               B ->23.
In 1986, A got married to wife P.                                                                                      X ->20             A- > 33               B ->23.
In 1992, X forced son A to sell 11 acres to meet expenses of marriage of Daughter D & E.   X ->20       A- > 22               B ->23.
In 1995, A  sold 4 acres land to outside person for day to day expenses.                        X ->20            A- > 18               B ->23.
In 1998, A  sold 4 acres land to outside person for day to day expenses.                        X ->20            A- > 14               B ->23. 
In 1999, X distributed his land as.     X->6  wife of X (say Y) -> 6  wife of B(Say Q)->8    A->18  B->23                                                   
In 1999, A distributed his land as.     A->8, wife of A.. P -> 6.
In 1999, B distributed his land as.     B->15,  Sister C-> 8.
Now lets revise the status ->
                                             X->6     Y->6    A->8    B->15    C->8    P->6    Q->8
In 2006, P Sold 4 acres land for educating her child.    X->6     Y->6    A->8    B->15    C->8    P->2    Q->8
In 2006 X died with no will behind.
In 2010. Y died with no will behind.

In 2014, Daughter C and E are claiming their shared and sent notice to A, B and C.
So what could happen if case goes to court.

Please let me know if you need more help.

 

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