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Offline hrjagadish

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Women rights on ancestral property
« on: December 14, 2014, 08:06:28 AM »
I am from Bangalore. My father's sisters are claiming for ancestral property. My grandfather died in 1974

Ancestral property came to my father in 1989/90 as he was eldest son as below:

My Great Grand father (A)
My Grand Father (B) & 2 Brothers (C & D)
My Father (E) & His elder sister (F) and Younger sister (G)

Property came from A to B (as B was the eldest son) and B died in 1974.
Property came from B to E (B to E in 1989/90) as E was the eldest son.
F got married in 1976 and G got married in 1990.  3 acre land was sold by E in 1993 for the marriage of his sister G and in the sale deed there is a mention of that.

Land divided among E, C& D in 1989 and 1990 based on prior verbally agreed partition arrangment

Now F and G (my fatherís sisters) are claiming share in E's property.

Pls help to answer below:

1. kindly clarify if both F and G are entitled to the land in view of Karnataka high court order judgment on hindu succession act as per which daughter is a coparcener by birth as of a son and has equal share.  Has she got any right and if so is it equal share?

2. Can the land sold for her marriage be considered as her share?

3. Karnataka High court order dated 19/03/2010 providing equal rights to daughters by birth on or after 17/06/1956 and if partition is made before 2004 whether she has any right?

4. Is they are eligible to claim shares from E's Property which has already sold on 1993 ?

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Re: Women rights on ancestral property
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2014, 03:50:14 AM »
in whose name is the property now that this claim is being made.

if the property was divided in 1974 what was the reason for such a late claim.

those who are making this claim has to provide a very convincing reason for the condonation of delay before it can be entertained by court
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