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How to claim ancestral property from father who is not willing to give his daughter?

Hi sir.. My grand father has ancestral property worth 6 crores. But he wanted to give only to his sons not daughters. He has 3 sons and 3 daughters. He has showed only 3 sons and registered some property as well on his sons name. I don't have any records of where all his properties are? Even after his will I believe daughter can get her share if it is ancestral property. Want I should do now to claim that. Grand father is alive. If he is asked, he is not ready to give. Please advice
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Property Law
Posted on 14th Jul, 2018
Advocate Gowaal
Answered on 20th Jul, 2018
This is my response to you: 1. Send him a legal notice and ask the details of the property; 2. Since it is ancestral everybody has a share in it; 3. If they still do not disclose file a suit for partition in the civil court; 4. Ask for equal distribution amongst all the legal heirs.
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