Jammu | 23 Dec, 2022 (3 months ago)

Property Law

Sale of Muslim Ancestral Property

I purchased agricultural land from a person that was his ancestral property. Now his son has filed a petition against his father (I am also respondent) claiming that he can't sell their ancestral land, though the registration of the sale-deed has already been done in my favour. Am I legally safe? Seller & buyer, both are Muslims. Further I want to ask how long does a c0urt take to decide such civil suits. Warm Regards!
23 Dec, 2022 | 11:49

Under Muslim law, the concept of ancestral and self-acquired property is not recognized. As long as the person is alive, the property owned by him is his absolute property and no right of any legal heirs accrues until his death. Further, civil suits may take several years to get resolved in Courts because of several reasons.
You may reach out at advakshaylal@gmail.com for any further details & discussions.

Adv. Akshay Lal
Taarkik Legal - Advocates & Consultants

23 Dec, 2022 | 10:28

Dear sir
As per your submission it reveals that this is a matter of sale of the property
Give me details information about the matter then we will discuss your case
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