• Can willed property be included in family partition

Hello Sir,
I got a land from my grandfather through death will (registered)  when I was miner, later after my grandfather's death,  my uncles are include that property in the family partition & documented as "Pal Vatni" & got signed from my father (that land distributed to my younger uncle). Now my question is : 
1) Is that the right way they have partitioned family property ?
2) RTC is in my name, but my uncle is trying to takeover that property, how can I protect my land ?
3) Can I ask for my father's share in the family property without including my land in the family partition ?
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from Bangalore, Karnataka
1) if property had been willed to you then you were absolute owner of the property . 

2) your father no business to sign partition deed . was it duly stamped and registered? 

3) on attaining majority you can challenge the partition deed   within period of 3 years . 

4) if  partition deed is not stamped and regd then it is in admissible in evidence
Ajay Sethi
Advocate, Mumbai
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1) since partition deed is not stamped and regd it is not admissible in evidence 

2) refuse to register the property as per partition deed . the deed cannot be registered after lapse of 20 years now . 

3) you are absolute owner of property . obtain injunction against your uncle from cultivating in your land and for declaration that you are absolute owner of said land
Ajay Sethi
Advocate, Mumbai
35463 Answers
1965 Consultations

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