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Mother-in-laws ancestral property transfer
« on: August 23, 2017, 03:43:10 AM »
Hi,

My mother-in-law has acquired a house from her mother(her father had bought a land and her mother had built house after his death).She has two sons,my husband and his older brother.
Can she give the house and the land to her older son without our consent?
Also my mother in law has a share of  land acquired from her mother who in turn had acquired from her brother i.e my mother-in-laws uncle which was a self acquired property of uncle.
Can she give that land to her older son alone without our consent?
My mother in law will soon get share from two properties(money in cash) which will soon be sold by her mother.(The property originally belonged to her grandfather and father respectively,both self acquired)
Can we claim our rights to that money or she can keep it with her until death or give it to her older son?
Please help me with the queries.
Also, for ancestral properties,can my mother in law write a will? She's only 53 years old.

TIA

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Re: Mother-in-laws ancestral property transfer
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2017, 12:09:27 AM »
On the basis of your contention, your mother has every right to dispose of his property and/ or her share to any person without anyone's consent. She can execute WILL/ GIFT/ SALE whatever she wishes
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Re: Mother-in-laws ancestral property transfer
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2017, 06:23:58 AM »
ok,thank you.

But will my husband be able to challenge his mother in court as all the properties possessed by mother-in-law originally belonged to her parents which in turn was from their parents(my husband's great grandparents)Only two self-acquired properties of her parents will be passed on to my mother-in-law.
Does my husband don't have any right in the properties passed on to his mother from his grandparents?

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Re: Mother-in-laws ancestral property transfer
« Reply #3 on: September 21, 2017, 10:11:44 AM »
It is hard to believe but truth is your husband cannot challenge her neither he can get any share. It is better to compromise the situation and try to convince her (mother in law)
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