• Ancestral property

I got married a few years back, have no kid, wife passed away, my in laws have no children. Is there a right I get  on my  wife's grandparents' property?
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from Tumkur, Karnataka
Hello,

You don't have any right in the property of your late wife's grandparents.

Regards,
Nishant
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If the property is ancestral in nature then you can claim the share of your wife therefrom subject to the satisfaction of the necessary legal criteria.
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