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How can I secure my property from getting away to my father's second wife 's children.

A land belonged to my grandfather was later transferred to my mother and after my mom's death I inherited it. But now my father's second wife daughter is there. How to safeguard the land from getting distributed.
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Posted on 21st Jul, 2018
Advocate Gowaal
Answered on 29th Jul, 2018
This is my response to you: 1. Since the property was your mother's then nobody else has a claim on it; 2. If the property was your father's then maybe his second wife's children could stake a claim; 3. You need not worry about this particular property.
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