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Tranferring land from father to sonTranferring land from father to son

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legal question My father have three daughters and one son (me). He and his brother partioned the agriculture land mutually after his father expired. Past 15 yrs they were using their share without any disputes. I hope this will comes under self acquired property. Now my father and mother wants to tranfer his share to me. Which deed is better for this legally, and is any legal writes to my sisters in this self acquired property.

legal answer from lawyer E00006523he can not daughters have the right in ancestral property mother has no legal right to say any thing of course she will advise her husband but no role as per law .. how is it self acquired ? he received as partition of ancestral . click like click like



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legal answer from lawyer E00007811by virtue of death of your grandfather the property became joint property which was shared equally by way of partition by your father and his brother. Now the property of your father became his self acquired property. He got every right to enjoy or dispose as he like. Now the question of transferring his share does not arise. He can transfer the land to you by way of gift Deed or transfer portion the land by way of partition. Your sisters will not have any right over the property which is self acquired.



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legal answer from lawyer E000043401. since your father had inherited the land from his father, therefore, it cannot be termed as self-acquired
2. sisters are also legal heirs and co-sharer in the property,
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legal answer from lawyer E00019212no sir it is not self made property . it is ancestral property , as it is coming from grand father . sir father and mother have no right to give it to any one , as he too is the share holder . all kids and grand kids of father have equal share in it .



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legal answer from lawyer E00322401it will be better if u go for family settlement , so that your sister r witness to the same ..and later they dont object to it. because after ur parents they too have right in their parents property be it self acquired. or ask them to gift to u while they r alive , but that will cost u more as stamp duty rates r high.



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