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Grand Father's property
« on: July 06, 2015, 09:49:37 AM »
My late Grand father owns a property and he survived with One son (My father) and two daughters.
My father applied for a Mutation and 15 yrs back and paying all Muncipality Tax Bills and maintenance of the house. All the Bills are on my Father's name.

Recently my Grand Mother passed away and surprisingly her daughters mentioned that she had written a will 5yrs back. The Will states, if we sell or give it to a builder than we need give her share to second daughter.

My question is as follows
1. What will happen if we are not planning to sell or give to a builder, instead my father develops the property by himself. Can they force us to sell.

2. If we find a buyer who can purchase the property without consent of the daughters. Can we sell it?
3.Can sons buy the property from Father without my Aunt's consent.
4. Can my father gift the property to me and I will develop it

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Re: Grand Father's property
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2015, 10:29:00 AM »
Dude, you translate the will completely. Translation of a portion of it will be of no help and also will lead to giving wrong advices.

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Re: Grand Father's property
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2015, 10:39:12 AM »
Sir, Regarding that particular house, she mentioned these lines only. Rest of the Will covers on her Gold and other agricultural land. Of course we don't have any objection on her Gold and agriculture land to be given completely to her daughters.

My Aunts gave us a Xerox copy of hand written letter from my Grand mother on white paper. Surely they have original copy registered.

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Re: Grand Father's property
« Reply #3 on: July 06, 2015, 11:18:24 AM »
You file a suit for partition and they will bring the WILL out, then you can contest the it. If you prove that the WILL is fake you can claim proper share. Moreover, your grandmother does not have the right to WILL all the properties that belonged to your grand father. Your grand father's children and his wife ( your grandmother ) have equal share over it. That WILL may even be void for uncertainty.

 

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