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After divorce wife can claim for property of husband's brother

After divorce in India wife can claim for property of husband's brother which was registered by their mother in the name of elder son due to unnecessary harassed by her daughter-in-law during court case for divorce between her younger son and his wife
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Posted on 26th Sep, 2018
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Advocate Uttam
Answered on 16th Jan, 2019
No there is no such provision. WIfe can not make any claim in any property other then that of his husband.
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Advocate Koushalya
Answered on 3rd Nov, 2018
Hi, after divorce your wife cannot claim any rights over the property, it is only up to you she can't claim self acquired property of your parents.
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Advocate Anuj
Answered on 8th Oct, 2018
No, unless it can be proved that she was incapacitated to carry out any such transfer of property, a mother has complete right to gift property at her wish. However, detailed facts will be required to find out if the transfer can be challenged.
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Advocate Ramesh
Answered on 26th Sep, 2018
Is this a question or a suggestion given. Language is not understood. Regards
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