Granddaughter ancestral property rights
My grandfather had 3acres of land and a 60*50 old house . he expired in 2000 and has made no will grandmother is alive they have 8children 4sons and 4daughters . Old house is shared to the last two sons of my grandfather and they have demolished and constructed new building in that shared plot for which no compensation has been paid to my father. My father and his 3younger brothers and 4younger sisters are now making a partition deed of land .they have made 5 equal shares 4for sons and 1share divided by daughters out of 5shares 3shares have already been sold (2nd and 3rd sons share and all daugters share)even before the partition deed and the person who purchased is a builder and making residential plots . my father and last son of my grandfather have retaines their share .I and my brother are the only2 grandchildren who are majors all other 3grandchildren are minors . being majors dont we have to sign for their partition or dont v have a share as its our grandfathers anceatral property we have no information about this selling and we are not called for registration.do we have rights to claim .
Asked 1 year ago in Property Law from Bangalore, Karnataka
1) if property was bought by grand father it is hi self acquired property and not ancestral property .
2) on grand father each legal heir has 1/9th share in property .
3) on partition deed been made property would be divided among legal heirs .
4) grand daughters / grand sons have no share in grand father property if their parents are still alive .
5) only if your father dies without a will would you inherit your father share in property
1. The properties were owned by your grand father who made no will thereof during his life time.
2. After his life time the properties devolved equally on his children. During the life time of your father neither you nor your brother has any share in the properties. So the partition deed is not required to be signed by you.
3. The partition deed is to be executed among your grand mother and all her children.
Hi, sale transaction entered between your family member with the third party for selling of ancestral land is not valid as the property was ancestral property all the family members have right over the property.
2. You have to file a suit for partition of your share and you also sought for declaration that the sale deed entered into your family members are not binding.
3. You have good case on merits.
1) As far as the ancestral property is concerned you can not stake a claim while your father is alive. Your signature is not required for the partition deed hence.
2) For the portion that was sold unpartitioned where your father did not get a share , he can file for partition and stake his claim.
3) If your father files for partition the builder will be liable and held liable.
1. Your father has inherited his share of your grandfather's property,
2. Your father can do what ever he wants legally with his said share of property without consent of any body,
3. You bhave no claim on his share during his lefe time,
4. You can claim your share only in case of his deemise intestate.
1.Was it your grand father's self-acquired property or ancestral one?.
2.Ancestral means if the property has traversed for 4 generations without any partition so far. Great grand children will have right over their great grand father's property if it has not been divided earlier.
3.In the absence of WILL of your grand father and assuming that it is his self-acquired property and died intestate, then your grand mother and her 8 children are entitled to equal share in 3 acres of land as well as in the old house.