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Offline mkm220

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Respect Sir,
Greetings Of The Day!

Sir, My Grand Father have 3 Sons and i am the elder son of my Grandfather elder son. Actually the matter of concern is regarding property division. We have a home & 2 handloom product shop.

My grandfather intention is not well regarding my Father from very starting and seems that he is not willing to give our part in property(immovable + movable). From very stating and till date they are torturing us for every single rupee.

My Grand Parents loves their 2nd son & their family the most.

Every paper, document, money and details is with my Elder uncle and they are not disclosing to anyone. Whenever asking they are not telling or simply telling there is no money.

Before i was child so its going like this as my parents are so simple but now we grown up and its time to think for my younger sister marriage and i am also preparing for exam so its a very critical situation.

What necessary action should we take to overcome situation and also to get our part in the property?

Eagerly waiting for your reply.

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Is your grandfather alive?

You have the option of filing for partition of immovable property.

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Yes Sir,
My Grand Father is alive.

Home is in the name of My Grand Mother (and she is also alive).

All property is Ancestral except Home which was bought with the earning from Shop. As i mentioned we have 2 Handloom Product Shop and my Father is sitting there from childhood.

So its clear that its not the self made earning of my Grand Father, Hence we have equal right in the property.

But my Grandfather intention is to give everything to his 2nd Son.

There is no proper account maintained for the earning at Shops, not even proper bank statement.
Cleverly they are doing Fixed Deposit in the name of my Grand Mother and putting my Elder Uncle name in the Nominee.
Even they lend huge amount to other people and earning interest on them. We are also not aware about that how much amount they lent and how much they are earning interest on them. That account is only with my Grandfather and my Elder Uncle.

Is there any legal or other process by which we can get details about all which i mentioned above and also get our equal share.

Waiting positively for your response.

Thanks & Regards,

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I have already asked you some queries over email so that I can find out some remedy or chance to get some of part

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