1) No, he can't evict you directly after your father all legal heirs become owner, because pagdi system owner are partly owner of the property.
2) After your father all his legal heirs become owner.
3) In case of redevelopment of old properties in Mumbai, there’s reference to pagdi properties. The consideration paid to a landlord as a fine, premium or consideration known as pagdi has been legalised by Section 56 of Rent Control Act, 1999.
It is now also lawful for a tenant to receive any amount in consideration of the relinquishment or transfer of his tenancy. Incidentally, in the Rent Act, 1974 giving or receiving pagdi in cash was held ‘illegal’ hence there was extensive use of black money. Now too, in cities like Mumbai, for the transfer of tenancy, 33 per cent of the amount in transaction is paid in cash to the landlord to effect the transfer of tenancy or assignment.
However, when there is redevelopment of the said property, the landlord usually makes a deal with the developer and stakes his claim of his 33 per cent and accordingly takes profit out of the property permanently. Those who are in accommodation or in possession of the said property after redevelopment become the sole owners of the said premises.