July 2018

Transfer of Property Act, 1882, S.54–Sale Deed-Execution of–Suit for partition—Ancestral property-Contention that sale deed executed by her father ‘D’ ‘was obtained by fraud as he was not keeping good health-Held; Sub-Registrar, who had registered the documents stated that the sale deed was executed by ‘D’ after he had explained to the parties about contents of sale deed-Attesting witnesses nowhere stated that ‘D’ was not in good state of mind at time of execution—No medical evidence has been produced in support of ill health of testator—Appeal dismissed.

By | July 21st, 2018|Ancestral Property|

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Joint Family Property – Ancestral Property -If the property was held by the father on succession along with his own brothers and sisters, that property cannot be said to be ancestral property in his hands vis-a­ vis his son

By | October 23rd, 2016|Ancestral Property, Joint Family Property|

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