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I am from a Hindu family. We are having a house (purchased by my great grandfather & still legally undivided), ground floor of which is being used for business by one of our family member. If we filed a partition suit, is it possible to demand to stop the use of ground floor for business till the court has declare his final decision & if yes then under which circumstances court will accept this demand.
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R.K Nanda Accepted Answer
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no, u cannot ask court to stay the business carried in GF, unless some illegal business is done there , in partition suit.

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1) You cannot stop their business. You may allot the same part of the premises against his share if all are agreeable.

2) The rent payable may be asked to deposit in court.

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