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Offline debdoot333

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dispute inherit property
« on: December 14, 2015, 11:35:51 PM »
Sir

I am Sisir kr mukherjee regt from indian airforce. My father inherit some property in the state of Jharkhand . but he didnt make any will. I have 5 brother and sister (2 brother 3 sister). Now the problem arise is that.   3 of my sister early said that she didnt want any right in the father property. so in 2011 we have done the mutation in the name of both the brother. but with out taking any written consent from any sister . as she all stay far away in different state. now all of a sudden one sister want her share in the father property.

she is giving threat to file a suit in court.if her share is not given to here. is there any way to counter the process

few days back in newspaper  what we have seen is that sister cannot get right in inherit property if father dies before 2005 
 in that case my father died in the year 1982

please help us as it is my great grandfather house and if she get the share she will sell the house.

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Re: dispute inherit property
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2015, 06:32:39 AM »
The article published in the newspaper regarding apex court verdict is absolutely misinterpreted and wrong information is being published which confusing several people. Anyway, mutating the name before corporation or any other govt concern does not creates any title . Further verbal or written statement of relinquishment of sister's share is not valid.

Now question of right to file partition case in respect of their undivided share which cannot be said until and unless I know following facts:
Under which law you have been govern Dayaghagya/ Mitakshara?
What type of property your father left and what is its usages?
And many other questions are required to know from you. without knowing all those, it will not be proper advice to handle the situation and your defence.

For further clarification and consultation in details, you can contact me
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Amarnath Sanyal
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