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Right of only daughter child on Mother's Ancestral Property
« on: October 22, 2015, 07:33:10 AM »
My mother is the only daughter along with 4  sons for my Grandma(dead).  The actual property is inherited from her Grandma.


My Grandma sold the  property to my mother, but the written document is not registered.

Can my mom register the document in Register Office(written in 1992)?

Can sons(brothers of my mom) also  have legal rights on the property ? Or

My mother only have the rights(since grandma is no more now)?

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Re: Right of only daughter child on Mother's Ancestral Property
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2015, 08:03:58 PM »
Based on the document given by your grandma to your mother try to get the property registered.

If no one contest it than there won't be a problem
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Re: Right of only daughter child on Mother's Ancestral Property
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2015, 10:01:23 PM »
If the Deed of Sale is not registered and your grand ma is expired then it has no value save and except a scrap paper. Your mother's siblings may not accept the fact that your grandma had sold her property to your mother. If they admit this fact then you can register it before Registrar with all other your mother's siblings.

But they deny the fact then you mother is mere owner of undivided 1/5th share of that property along with other siblings. (** Considering that your grandpa died).

If your grandma had put her signature in the presence of two attesting witnesses in that Deed of Conveyance/ Sale then your mother has some probabilities to get that property registered by filing a Civil Case against all her siblings.
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