i bought a pending suit property ( not aware of suit) which is an ancestral property of sellers. now the root of ancestor is mr A bought & died in 1921 and left one son mr B he also died in 1951 and left one son mr C and two daughters D and E, mr C has transferred corporation record in his name in 1954 and he dies in 1988 and has wife F, 3 daughters G,H,I and 2 sons J,K.. F,G,H,I,J,K sell the above property to me at the time of pending suit of partition for which i am not aware. suit has been filed by D claiming 1/6the share (one of daughter). i want to know whether D is really eligible for her 1/6th share and also as per D her mother has died in 1961 as per her assumpion
1 Answer from Attorneys
Firstly, you have been negligent in taking proper search. Your question - falls under property laws and not under intellectual property.
Was there any injunction granted by the Court? Against your Vendors from alienating the same? Did your lawyer conduct a negative search?
You have also not mentioned, as to when the suit was filed claiming 1/6th share. After how many years - after demise of father.
How can she assume her mother died in 1961 ? If deceased was her mother - she should know the date of demise.
There are lot of lacunae in your query - please give full details - to enable us to answer.
Or contact a good lawyer for advise.
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