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Offline rohanrajdeep

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regarding a property
« on: December 26, 2014, 09:58:00 PM »
Hello,
My sister was murdered by her husband. He is in jail now for life imprisonment. The house which belonged to him is with me, i have keys now and it is almost 2.5 years where i have just gone twice to pay maintenance. My sisters only daughter is with us and we have her guardianship.
The house didnt have my sisters name. It was only on his name. There is a chance he comes out on parole in 1-2 years and start harrasing us for the same.
I dont intend to keep the house but also want to find out a way where i can protect it for her. What is the best option i have in this circumstance? whereby no one can just come and take over the house and it is protected.
She was murdered in the same flat and it is very difficult to go inside it also as it reminds me of incident.
Please advise do i go to court and get it court received? how expensive it can be, the property value must be 70-80 lakhs or is there a more simpler thing to do...Can this house be sold? Please advise
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Rohan

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Re: regarding a property
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2015, 01:38:30 AM »
there is nothing you can do regarding that property, the owner of the property has exclusive right over it.

once he is out of jail you can file for child support from the father.

regarding the right of the child well if any property the father leaves behind after his death the child will automatically inherit
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