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How to protect my ancestral property from my cousin brothers?

My father has ancestral property. He has four nephews who eye on the property always. I want to save my father's property so that it won't go to them and i am not sure if in future my father may change his mind and give the property to them. How to protect our property?
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Property Law
Posted on 19th Jun, 2018
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Advocate Ankit
Answered on 20th Jun, 2018
Firstly, the history and devolution of the property will need to be better understood to determine whether it is truly ancestral or not. If yes, then all copareceners (including you) have a share in the ancestral property. However, if it is determined that the property is self acquired property, you can get your father to make a registered will wherein you are the sole heir.
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Advocate Gowaal
Answered on 19th Jun, 2018
This is my response to you: 1. Since its ancestral property every one will get a share in the property; 2. Therefore you will get one division and therefore there will be further sub-division of the property; 3. Your father can make a will to your name.
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