• Daughters' right in property

I purchased a revenue site in Bangalore in May 2002. Land lord is a father and i got signatures in sale deed from Him and his 4 sons. 3 married daughters are not signed when the sale deed took place. this the ancestral property for the father. Now Daughters are demanding money as they have not signed in the deed. Please advise if their claim is legal. Is the Hindu Succession Act amendment 2005 relevant?
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from Bangalore, Karnataka
When you purchase the ancestral property all the legal heirs are execute the sale deed........married daughters are right in the property of father.

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Pradeep Bharathipura
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Yes they do have equal rights in the ancestral property. So to that extent their claim seems to be sustainable.
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