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Any land  that has been purchased on one's own  and there hasn't been any profit/use made out of that land, but hadn't been mentioned in the service book ( of central govt. employee), would be considered as an ancestral property?
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from Purnia, Bihar
No, it would not be considered as ancestral property.
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it would be self acquired property of govt employee as it has been purchased out of own funds
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No. It will be treated as self acquired property.
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