- As per law, When the division/partition happens, it becomes the self-acquired property and not ancestral property.
- Since, the said property came to your father by way of partitiion , then it becomes a self acquired property.
- Further, No son or daughter has legal right over the self acquired property of his father . It is entirely the father’s property and it is upon his wish how he wants to transfer or not transfer it. Even the grandson has no rights over the self acquired property of his grandfather.
- Since, your father transfer the said agriculture land through partition deed in your name , hence it becomes now your self acquired property, and noone can claim right over the same, including your sister , her husband etc.
- If, the tahsildar has refused to transfer the patta in your name, then you should approach before the Revenue Divisional Officer, for the same , after stating that the said property is self acquired property and not an ancestral property .
- On refusal , you will have to file a Writ petition.
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