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Offline sarvdeep

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Immovable property Seeking Help
« on: December 23, 2016, 06:34:19 AM »
My father is more partial towards my other sibling and has decided that whatever he has will be given to them.On the other hand my mom says what she has will be given to me.Thus we had an oral partition and I got a will done of my mother in my favour but know my father feels insecure he says that he will challenge the will if needed on the ground that my mom was a house wife and she has no right to will the property.I don't want to bring this issue in house but at the same time I want to know what I can do to keep my property safe without challenging my parents or changing ownership.
If at all such a situation arises do I challenge my father based on registered will and what are the chances of winning at all as heard many cases giving the property to the parents though it has been well documented once a gift is always a gift no matter who paid.Thus even if my father paid for the property and my mom held it she should have the legal rights to dispose it accordingly and father should not challenge it.But as my father is partial toward the other sibling he has told his intentions.Kindly help.

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Re: Immovable property Seeking Help
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2016, 09:44:35 PM »
Your matter is complicated and cannot be answered in a single line. Several pros and cons have to be measured and several facts and circumstances is to be looked to secure the property. Be it clear to you that executing WILL does not mean you became the owner.

For further clarification and consultation in details you can contact me.
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