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hindu family & all members belong and married to hindu.

Mr.shripati obtain property before 1930 from his uncle,as per mutation,& he died,then property belongs to his single son,SOPAN now sopan have four children two sons( shantharam & vithoba) & two daughters(manubai & sonabai),sopan died in some 1971,after that two brothers put their names on 7/12 in main bhogwatdar/occupant column,but put their sisters name other rights column (in year 1984).

all four children is decreased.

1)is this property have ancestral value.

2) is this property is having ancestral value if manubai & sonabai predesor demand their mother share to shantaram & vithoba predecessor.

3) can we demand equal share in property.
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When already mutated in the name of Sopan, son of Shripati, the property belongs to Sopan and cannot be treated as ancestral. About your demand, you have not stated anywhere how you are concerned with the family.of Shripati, Sopan, his sons or his daughters.

So, your question about sharing is quite vague unless your relations are indicated.
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sorry sir for incomplete details of question which raised by me.



i ( ranjana ) married daughter of sonabai who expires in 1999 and my grandfather sopan died in 1971 which i stated previously.



1) as you answered that property is not ancestor value.so did it is self acquired or jointly hold property.



2) my query is the property of sopan is divided equally between his four children that is 2 sons & 2 married daughters.because till date their is no partition is taken place.



plz waiting for answer



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sorry sir for incomplete details of question which raised by me.



i ( ranjana ) married daughter of sonabai who expires in 1999 and my grandfather sopan died in 1971 which i stated previously.



1) as you answered that property is not ancestor value.so did it is self acquired or jointly hold property.



2) my query is the property of sopan is divided equally between his four children that is 2 sons & 2 married daughters.because till date their is no partition is taken place.



plz waiting for answer



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very thankful to you sir.
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Yes, to be divided equally among the legal heirs of Sopan.
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