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Offline rajaka

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Ancestral Property
« on: September 21, 2015, 10:30:29 AM »
My father has 3 sons and 1 daughter.We are living in an ancestral property which belongs to my grandfather. Now I am planning to buy that house.As of now I have bought the shares from my mother and from my brothers.(Now i m having 2 brothers share plus my mother's share + my share = total 4 shares).But my sister is not accepting to sell her share to me.

I have given my brothers' share in money to them and deposited the money in my mothers name in bank.I am staying with my wife ,son and my mother.

What are all the options to get the legal ownership for me?

With the 4 shares out of 5 ,can i sell a part of the house to somebody?

Can I pay the money of my sister's share in court,so that i can be the legal owner for this property?
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Re: Ancestral Property
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2015, 07:21:34 PM »
You cannot force your sister to sell out her share but you have to file a partition suit against her. You can sell out your undivided 4/5th share which we call a lion's share to third party but that will cause some legal complication for that buyer in future. But before selling put you must serve a notice giving her opportunity to purchase your's lion's share.
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