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Harshita9

Women Right on Ancestral Properties

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Harshita9

Hello please send me all pdf or links related to grand daughter rights on ancestral properties and their share in it.

 

 

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Prasad GLN

You can search it on google and you can find hundreds of articles on such rights.

As per my knowledge grandchildren are not Class 1 legal heirs while their father is living and can not seek partition.

Only after the death of grandparents, if parents are not living, one has to issue a notice to the other co-sharer/heir that is enjoying the property and demand for partition, and if a partition is refused she must approach a court of justice.

This is more a legal problem and as this is a dedicated forum for RTI matters, you can not get any guidance.

Even if you want to get guidance from several such forums, you have to provide full details on the fundamental issue.

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Sunil Ahya

Please read section 6 onwards and the Schedule of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 on the following link:

https://www.vakilno1.com/bareacts/hindusuccessionact/hindusuccessionact.html

I have quoted below the Schedule for your immediate reference:

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THE SCHEDULE

HEIRS

Class I

Son, daughter, widow, mother, son of a pre-deceased son, daughter of a pre-deceased son, son of a pre-deceased daughter, daughter of a pre-deceased daughter, widow of a pre-deceased son, 1son of pre-deceased son of a pre-deceased son, daughter of a pre-deceased son of a pre-deceased son, widow of a pre-deceased son of a pre-deceased son.

Class II

1. Father

2. (1) Son’s daughter’s son (2) son’s daughter’s daughter, (3) brother,(4) sister.

III. (1) Daughter’s son’s son, (2) daughter’s son’s daughter, (3) daughter’s daughter’s son, (4) daughter’s daughter’s daughter.

IV. (1) Brother’s son (2) Sister’s son, (3) brother’s daughter (4) Sister’s daughter.

V. Father’s father. Father’s mother.

VI. Father’s widow, brother’s widow.

VII Father’s brother, father’s sister.

VIII Mother’s father, mother’s sister.

IX Mother’s brother, mother’s sister.

Explanation.- In this Schedule, references to a brother or sister do not include references to a brother or sister by uterine blood.

 

 

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