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Little complicated ancestral property
« on: July 06, 2014, 07:43:46 AM »
My Grandmother acquired a house from her father in the year 1940, which was then acquired by my father (1/2 share) and his brother (1/2 share)after her death (1968).  My father paid some money to his brother and bought his share.  He then registered a will in the year 2000, which says, the entire house will go to my brother after my father's death.
Now both my father and mother passed away. Can I claim any share in the 1/2 share that my father inherited from his mother?
(I'm married in the year 1977, state:Tamil nadu)

 Somebody told me, i will have legal rights in the property, only if my father receives it from his father and not from his mother.
Since the property came from his mother,  my father can give it to anybody he wishes to.
Is that true?

My mother has left some deposits before her death and I'm the nominee for some of those deposits. Can my brother claim his share from the deposits?

My brother took possession of the above mentioned deposit certificate after my mother's death, he wanted us to sign in a 20Rs stamp paper, which says, "we  are receiving so much money and jewels from my brother and we don't have to receive anything from them after this", though they didn't mention anything about the house in the stamp paper, they are saying, they are getting our signature, only for the house.
If we sign the document, are we waiving our legal rights in the house?

Banks are not giving the money without the original deposit certificate.
Is there a way to get our original deposit certificate from my brother? or to receive money from the banks with out those certificates? We already lost interest for 3 years!

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Re: Little complicated ancestral property
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2014, 10:02:22 AM »
Can somebody answer my question please!

 

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