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Doubt on division of property
« on: April 05, 2016, 08:24:34 PM »

I have a land in my home town which I would like to sell. The issue is the land was not divided between my father and his brother ( my uncle). My father is no more and my uncle is alive. My father has 3 children including me and my uncle has 5 children. One of my sister and her husband is dead but have 2 children of their own. Now my uncle is saying that property has to be divided into 10 equal parts ( 5 of his children plus my sister plus myself and two children of my sister who died). I am of opinion that the money after selling the land should be divided into two part , his part goes to his five children and my part I share with my sisters ( my niece and nephew get share of their mother  divided)
Please help me as my uncle is hel bent on dividing the money after selling the land into 10. Please note legally he's not authorized to sell it without my signature

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Re: Doubt on division of property
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2016, 01:04:29 AM »
After sale of the property the money is to be divided into two equal parts.
One half to your uncle and his children.

Other half to your father's children.

You father had three children than from that half it will be divided into three parts.
1/3 will be yours.

The children of the dead sister will get 1/3 of which those children will equally divide.

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