• Claim on grandfather's property

my father has no property by his own. can i claim on my grandfather's property?
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from New Delhi, Delhi
is it your grand father self acquired property? you cannot claim any share in the said property .
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you have no rights on your grand father self acquired property
Ajay Sethi
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you only have right on ancestral property
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Is the property of your grand father his self purchased or ancestral property?
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If your grand father purchased this property from his father then it is ancestral property wherein you have an equal share. As such, you may cull out your share by filing a case for partition in court.
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