We are four brothers, no sister. Recently my father executed a death deed and one immovable property transferr?



We are four brothers, no sister. Recently my father executed a death deed and one immovable property transferred in the name of only one son. Whether it is legal?

We are four brothers, no sister. Recently my father executed a death deed and one immovable property transferr?
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7 Replies to “We are four brothers, no sister. Recently my father executed a death deed and one immovable property transferr?”

  1. I think so. Your father has the right to leave everything to one son if he likes. He can leave nothing to any of his sons if he likes.


  2. Looks like he left the property to the son he liked and trusted the most. Yes it is legal. He died and he left in his will he wanted that son to have the property, your out of luck.


  3. That property was bought by your father with his own hard-earned money or it was from your grandfather?

    If it is grandfather’s property then it is illegal;
    if it your father’s property then legal



  4. By ‘death deed’ I suppose you mean he executed a ‘will’.

    A person can do whatever he wants with his self aquired properties.

    It is perfectly legal.

    HMT


  5. It seems that you are talking about the will.The recitals in the Will has to be gone through in order to ascertain whether the property is justly and equitablty proportioned among his sons.
    Advocate,Chennai


  6. if it is self acquired property of your father, he can give it to any body of his choice including a third person also and no one can dispute it.

    only if the property is ancestral, you can fight.





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