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Hum 4 behen or 1 bhai hai...papa expire ho gye hain bhai ne papa ke expire hone se pehle unhe court mein le jakar SDM ke same sign kara kar sari property apne naam kara li jabki wo property dada layi zameen hai....mujhe ye janana hai ki jaisa mere bhai

Pls help me to provide legal knowledge so that we can file a case
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Posted on 17th Jul, 2018
Advocate Gowaal
Answered on 20th Jul, 2018
This is my response to you: 1. Send a legal notice; 2. Then file a suit for partition in the civil court; 3. Collect all your evidences; 4. Also obtain succession certificate from district court stating you are the legal heirs of your father.
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