Vol. 5, Issue 4 (2019)
How can and cannot claim ancestral property
Author(s): Amarthya Ghutke, Shatanik Kale, Siddhant Vyas
Abstract: An ancestral property is a self-acquired and undivided property of a person’s grandfather. The property inherited up to four generations of male lineage. (i.e., father, grandfather, etc.). by the Hindu Succession Act, altered in 2005, enables woman to appreciate equivalent rights to the property. Ancestral property suit file in partition suit. The right to share in an ancestral property comes by birth. But, no son can not claim any share in father’s self earned/acquired property only can claim in ancestral properties.