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Reciever Clause in partiotion property case
« on: July 14, 2014, 04:28:06 AM »
Hi,

My mother has filed a property partition case in court on her father's ancestral property which her father got from his father. My Grandfather had one daughter(My mother) and son. My grandfather did not write any will till he was there. After my grandfather death his son was taking care of the property. My mother's brother also died after 2 years of death of his father then my mother's brother widow took the property and currently all the property is in her name and also my mother brother dont have child.

AS they are not giving any income coming from the property to my mother and they are showing wrong income to us so that we get very less share in the income once case is solved and also they are not taking care of the property which is agricultarl land and also taking loan from the property thay why We wanted to check whether can we go for applying receiver for this case so that will have clear account on the income so that there is no wrong estimation of the income. Kindly suggest as I am looking for advice.

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Re: Reciever Clause in partiotion property case
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2014, 08:06:45 PM »
You mentioned that the property is registered in the widow's name is that correct?

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Re: Reciever Clause in partiotion property case
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2014, 09:14:32 PM »
If the property is registered in the widow's name nothing can be done
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