My grandmother s have house we lived in that past 40yrs and my big mother is living separate in another house which is given by my grandpa to her and we bullied a house in our house in second building we invest 20 to 50 lava on that now my big mother s son wants share on our property which was registered on my mothers name, she,s son is wanting share in that we don't agreed for that how we got our house from him if it is possible
Asked 1 year ago in Property Law from Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh
How to get my property without involved in anybody's hands please suggested me legal process fight against him
Asked 1 year ago
1. Please mention how the property came into the hands of your mother.
2. If the same is done through registered deed of gift/sale then your mother is its absolute owner and no one can claim share in it.
3. however if any of your relatives try to cause disturbance then you can file a suit for mandatory injunction.
1. Firstly, it is not clear to me what do you mean by ''big mother''.
2. It is also not clear as to by which instrument of transfer of property your grand father transferred the ownership of the property to your mother.
3. If the property has been transferred to your mother in accordance with the law then she is the absolute owner thereof. During her life time even her husband and children, let alone the son of your 'big mother', have no share therein.
4. If an attempt is made to usurp her property then she can seek a stay order from the court.
1) your query is lacking in details
2) what do you mean by big mother?
3) how was property transferred in name of your mother?
4) if property transferred by grand father in favour of mother by gift deed she is absolute owner of property .
4) other relatives cannot claim any share in said property .
5) if they try to disturb possession move court for declaration that your mother is absolute owner of the house and for stay
Hi, how the property come to your mother by way of gift or will if the property was gifted to your mother then she is the absolute owner of the property.
2. But your query is not clear pls give correct information so that we can advise you accordingly.
1. Was the title of the house conveyed in the name of your mother through a Conveyance Deed?
2. Was the said conveyance deed registered in the name of your mother?
3. If, yes then your mother is the absolute owner of the said property and no body can lay a claim there upon,
4. If there was no such deed registered, the the said property is open to be claimed by other legal heirs of your grandmother.