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I have 7 acre land in satara, we have wahiwat on it since 1951, may grandfather and his brother took this land by "Mirasdaripatra" from 1 person. But that person was not the actual owner of land. he was having it as "Gahanwat". We are cultivating this land since 1951. But on 7/12 the actual owners name is also coming with our names. now actual owners are claiming for 50% of land as they are owner of this land and their names are coming in satbara. Based on below conditions need advise under which conditions we can close this and save our land. 1. we are paying shetsara from last 30-40 years2. we are having our names on 7/12 as well as wahiwat on our name which comes behind 7/12 page.3. we are not paying anything in form of money or crops to the owner. not even had any deal with him4. we are not in blood relation with owner5. on satbara, land is Warg-2 and under kul kalyda kalam 43 new kararPlease help to move ahead.
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Plz see attached file and give solutions about remove the bracket of kul kayda 43 patra ? What is procedure
This land purchased at 1976 .
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Section 32 M kul kayda explained?
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My father, his brother & and my father`s 2 cousins own a piece of land by Kul kaida,
all four names are their on 7/12.

Now can my father make different [separate] 7/12 for the portion land which he own, with his single name?
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ranjan kumar Accepted Answer
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the six decade long unchallenged possession will favour you.
ranjan
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Your unchallenged possession of the land by the original owners for such a long time is good enough for you to keep possessing the land the way it is. However, you will have to check whether the person who sold the GAHANWAT land to your Grand Father received his money and interest there upon for that within the agreed lease period from the original owners for which they mortgaged the the land in question. If not then you need not worry.
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Mirasipatra means lease document
gahanwat means mortgage
Wahiwat means in Possession

Whether we will become kul as per kul kayda. please suggest
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ranjan kumar Accepted Answer
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"Mirasdaripatra,wahiwat and Gahanwat" stands for what
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