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Legal service India => Property laws => Topic started by: rahul94 on April 08, 2016, 04:04:23 AM

Title: Do we have rights to the property ?
Post by: rahul94 on April 08, 2016, 04:04:23 AM
For the past 40 years we've been living in a bungalow built by my father's brother using ancestral money (there is no proof of that). There are two sides to the bungalow, side A(40% of the bungalow) my father, mother and two sisters stay. Side B(60% of the bungalow) my father's brother his wife and 5 children stay. Both my father and his brother have expired, the sole owner of the bungalow was my father's brother and after his expiration all his children became heirs and are now sole owners. The bungalow is going for redevelopment, are we entitled to get a share ? do we have rights over the property? please kindle advice  :)

PS: we have support documents like bills/ration card on the same address.
Title: Re: Do we have rights to the property ?
Post by: adv.amarnath on April 10, 2016, 12:28:13 AM
As per your statement you are not liable to get a share but keeping possession in the said property would have some hope to get some portion at lower rate.