Thank u for your answer...
If my father make a will saying..property should belongs to only two sons and little for daughter..Does it works out
Since property made by grand father and divided to my father after his death..
Does my father as right to make will according to his wish..does it workout...
I think since property made by grand father and not by grand father's father.
It will not become ancestral property...
So i hope..We three children do not have
Rights directly...according to fathers decision we need to move...is it true and right ?
Could u please help us in this...
Asked 2 years ago in Property Law from bangalore, Karnataka
It is to be considered as ancestral property.
It indeed is ancestral property and your father has no right to divide it as he wants. It will be divided among all his brothers and sisters equally.
It is not his self acquired property so he can not make a Will.
Advocate, New Delhi
1. It is an ancestral property,
2. Your father can not deprive your sister from her rightful share on the said property.
your father can make a will bequeathing property to his 2 sons . if it was grand father self acquired property and on his death it was divided among your father and his siblings it would not be ancestral property .
If the property was purchased by your grand father out of his own sources of income during his life time then it is not ancestral property. Hence, your father can make a will in respect thereof.