Location- Jalgaon, Maharashtra
My father has self-acquired property (house). He is 87 years old, permanently in a wheelchair, 90% blind and 80% deaf. He is also forgetful and unable to use his judgment and discretion.
My younger brother lives with him in the same house. I am abroad and my sister lives in Mumbai.
My father is physically completely dependent on my brother. Using this dependence he used force and coercion to prepare a gift deed of the house in the name of my younger brother. According to the gift deed, the house is gifted to my younger brother.
My brother misrepresented the facts and convinced my father that he will give me my due share in due course. My brother has not given me a single penny.
I wish to challenge the gift deed in the court of law. Which court should I be approaching? (District court?)
The gift deed was registered in May 2017. Is there any time limit to file the case?
I do not have any documentary proof of my father's disability, however the disbility is self-evident to anyone who sees him. How can I convince the court of his disability?
Asked 4 years ago in Property Law