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Yogesh Sharma
in Civil Law Property Law
Asked July 24, 2017

Property that belongs to father demanded by his brother

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We lived in a house with two floors, on ground floor my Grandmother and my elder brother and his wife lived,and on 1st floor my father, mother, I and my younger brother lived, and in 2nd floor my uncle(Father's brother) and his wife lived. My uncle and his wife always try to fight with us for any silly reason and always taunt us, they demanded that we give 2nd floor on his name or give them money. But the house belongs to my father every bill, house-tax, water bill is my father name. please help us what should we do?

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Sir, 

Better Answer can Be given After Seeing your Documents.

Till then thge Advise is that if it is a Whole Sole Self Earned Property of Your Father, Then Nobody can take this property in his/her Name if though if he is your Uncle too.

Plus if it is an ancestral property, then also Every bill, house-tax, water bill is my father name (in your own words), then also your Uncle cant have the Ownership Right.

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Agree Comment 0 Agrees over 3 years ago

Sir, firstly you must give us details about whether the property is ancestral or is it your father’s own property. If it is ancestral which means it was bought by your ancestors and passed down to you then your uncle will have a share even though all the bills are on the name of your father. However, if the house was brought by your father with his personal money then only your mother you and your siblings and your grandmother will have a share that to only after your father. None will have share in the life of your father if it is his personal property your father with his personal money then only your mother you and your siblings and your grandmother will have a share that to only after your father. None will have share in the life of your father if it is his personal property. The relevant act if the Hindu Succession Act 1955. (presuming you are Hindu).

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