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Offline nikhil2007

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Claiming ancestral and paternal properties.
« on: April 19, 2016, 07:34:51 AM »
I am 57 yrs old woman currently living in Chennai. My husband had recently passed away. I have two children; a daughter and a son. They are above 18 yrs old ,not married and not working yet. The facts are as follows:-
1) My husband's grandfather, a resident of Bihar owned a  farmland and an ancestral house in Bihar which he verbally divided among his four sons.
2) My husband's father had 3 sons of which my husband was the eldest son. My  father-in-law constructed two flats in the name of the other two sons who were unemployed then, He passed away several years ago, not leaving behind any written will. One of my husband's brother passed few yrs back. His widow is currently residing in the house provided by my father-in-law.
3) The portion of ancestral property belonging to my husband's father and other property accumulated in his lifetime is now being controlled by husband's youngest brother. He has been enjoying the benefits by giving farmland under rental and enjoying the revenue.
4) Now my husband passed away recently and I want to claim my rightful inheritance on my husband's ancestral properties in Bihar.
How should me and my children claim my husband's portion of ancestral and paternal properties?. Is it possible to take any legal actions from Chennai where me and my children lives, as my husband's brother proved non cooperative.
Thank u in advance.

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Re: Claiming ancestral and paternal properties.
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2016, 02:49:55 AM »
You have to file for partition of ancestral property as par the Hindu successio act, in that jurisdiction where the property is situated namely Bihar
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