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Daughters right towards an ancestral Property
« on: September 17, 2014, 11:42:27 AM »
Hi, I have a question with regard to the Daughters right towards an ancestral Property (which is our house where we were brought up & left when we entered higher education) .
Note: Property is for sure an ancestral property and no Will was written & neither partition was done prior till now .

My Grandfather,grandmother and my father (born in 1954) passed away many years back. My grandfather had 3 children - 1 son (my father) and 2 daughters.
1. 1st daughter (elder sister to my father) born in 1950 & got married in 1974 and hence left our house
2. 2nd daughter (younger sister) born in 1964 & got married in 1987
3. We are Hindus & the property is in Andhra Pradesh
4. My father has 2 children (me & my younger brother)

Question: Who all will have Right on this ancestral property? Can my mother have any right as well ? (can she be considered as Class 1 heir as she is the widow of a pre deceased son)

Please help me & reply soon as I heard that my father's sisters are trying to sell this property & i want to know the rightful successors to this Ancestral property.

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Re: Daughters right towards an ancestral Property
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2014, 07:11:35 PM »
Yes widowed mother has a share in ancestral property.

all others who fall in direct linage can also stake a claim
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Re: Daughters right towards an ancestral Property
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2014, 05:32:42 AM »
Hello Shelly

Thank you very much for the prompt reply. No one ever told us that our mother has a share & also we were told only 1 part (on behalf of our Late father) will come to us out of 3 parts as they are 3 siblings. Thanks once again for the valuable information.

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Re: Daughters right towards an ancestral Property
« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2014, 11:22:53 PM »
Hi again

Can you please clarify into how many Equal parts will this be exactly divided...

5 parts (2 sisters + 3 my mother, me & my brother) as we all come under Class I heirs that are alive right now
OR
3 parts (as there are only 3 children (my LATE father & his 2 sisters) even though my father passed away, is it that only his part of share will be given to us)

Please reply as we all are confused whether it is 3 parts or 5 parts.

 

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