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Daughters share in propert
« on: September 15, 2014, 09:47:45 AM »
Sir, we are 2 sisters and 2 brothers. The house is in my mothers name and my mother expired. My father brought the house on his own savings, but registered under my mothers name. Now my father has written a will, saying that the propert belongs tonhis two sons. The documents are with them. Do myself and my sister gets the share.
1. The are asking me and my sister signatures. Why do the need and what document the are looking for
2. What action i need to take to get my share, if i am eligible
3. As i dont have the documents, how to get them
4. I have seen the house tax papers, it is under my mothers name, but i dont have any docs

Please help me out in getting my share

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Re: Daughters share in propert
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2014, 11:13:40 PM »
If the property is in your mothers name how can your father make a will on that property.
thats in valid, your mother can make a will on that property not father.

now thats law.

but from moral point of view your fathers hard earned property, he wishes it to be withbis sons than why do you dispute a dead fathers wish, that not correct.

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Re: Daughters share in propert
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2014, 06:18:00 AM »
Thank you all for you reply.
We are not asking more here. My father is 84 years old, he get around 27,000 pension and share with his two sons for the past 15 years, still he gives for the two. My sister is also not good financially and he doesnt help, but my father want to express all his sons problem to me and my sister. He share every thing with us except money matters.
My father is alive and promised us that, daughters will be given 1 acre of land each all these days. All of a sudden the sons changed his mind and they want the house as well as 2 acres of land. I have forgotten to mention that we have 2 acres of land also which is also under Mothers name.

the house cost around 80Lakhs where as each acre cost 5 lakhs. Only elder brother is taking care of him, the younger one doesnt care.

I feel it is unjustice the way my father is treating daughter. Hence I raised the question.

Can you please let me know, what documents he is asking us to sign and Why.

 

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