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How can I add my or my elder sister name in fathers property

My father's doing 2 marriage ,I'm his 1st wife child, we are two sister or one brother from 1st wife. My real mother separate leaving last 23 years from my father. Or my father leaving with his 2nd wife or one daughter, my brother was expired on 2015 or my father -mothers not getting officially divorce. Now our uncle aunty or step mom tried to cutoff our two sisters name from fathers property,please suggest me what can we do for property Rights
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Property Law
Posted on 31st Jan, 2019
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Advocate Arzoo
Answered on 13th Feb, 2019
As per the law, daughters are entitled to equal shares in the property of their father. They cannot cut you off, it is your legal and rightful share in the property. However, if your father does not leave a will behind, you can claim your rightful share legally. Also, is the property ancestral or self-acquired?
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Advocate Rajan Kumar
Answered on 1st Feb, 2019
The Question seem Incomplete at the moment. The Living Status of Father is what matters the most here. i presume he is not alive. You Need to Get it Done through a Court Decree.
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