The paradox of your statement of facts is that on one hand you have mentioned that there are 3 ancestral properties, and on the other that your husband is the sole owner as they were given to him by his parents through a will. If these properties are ancestral then your husband cannot be the sole owner thereof, and to that extent the will in his favour, if any, is seemingly illegal. Ancestral property does not belong to one individual alone. All the share holders have an equal share in the ancestral property.
You do not have any right in the ancestral properties of your husband, albeit your son has an indefeasible right in it based on the antecedent title. As regards his self purchased properties, you do not have any right in it as well. However, a new law which proposes to give 50% share to the wife in the properties of her husband is on the verge of being passed. It will not be proper to give a terse reply respecting your right to seek a stay order on the alienation unless the antecedent title is ascertained and the property documents perused thread bare.