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01/05/2010 at 6:35 AM #275AnonymousGuest
Kindly answer my query as soon as possible as I am in urgent need of help and guidance:
1. I live in Delhi.
2. I had got a small house made on lease hold land transferred to my name from that of my mother on her death in the 1970’s.
3.. I constructed a new building by bringing down the old one in late 1970’s.
4.. In the 1990’s in converted the land from lease hold to free hold and regularly pay all taxes.
5. My son who got married in 1990’s has a pending Divorce case. My daughter in law filed cases in 498A and Domestic Violence Act . All I want to ask is :
a) Does my daughter in Law have any share in my property!
b) Does my proeprty qualify as leasehold or freehold property ?
Kindly answer. I’d be really really greatful .
02/05/2010 at 4:29 AM #1547AnonymousGuest
I guess only if its in your son’s name otherwise not
02/05/2010 at 5:17 PM #1548AnonymousGuest
Hello Mr. alwaystruth .
Thanks for your reply but then there is something very complex about this issue. coz if this property that i possess can be classified as an ancestral property then my son has a share in it then so does my DEAR 498a/406 etc etc daughter in law. I am frustrated , becuase i have tried out every thing but unable to find a reasonable answer to my query .
Anyways rest of the readers this Query Still Lies open for its wierd,complex and confusing !!
03/05/2010 at 6:26 AM #1549AnonymousGuest
show that your mom had taken a loan from you and the transfer of the property was in repayment of that loan. That way it will not be inherited property.
03/05/2010 at 9:10 AM #1550AnonymousGuest
Read this judgment http://mynation.net/docs/5837-2006/
your son may inherit said property after your Death only. not before that nor she can claim it as long as its not your son property.
05/05/2010 at 6:46 PM #1551AnonymousGuest
Sir the link says the document has been removed !!!
Please please see to it that if u have time u forward me an alternate link or copy paste the judgement here.
03/06/2010 at 12:55 PM #1552AnonymousGuest
You daughter in law does not claim on the property , if she is disturbing peaceful possession , you may approach the court for injunction , you file divorce petition , proceed it, be free from your wife, if she lodged complaint try to quash the same in court. http://www.jaihindlegal.com 9821387099, 9224799546
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