Dharwad | 10 Feb, 2023 (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Property Law

Three joint owners of a house having two floors. One co-owner locked one floor.

There are three joint owners of a house having two floors. It is un partitioned property. Since from a year one co-owner locked one floor without the consent of others thereby not allowing others to use the same. Please suggest what legal action can be taken in this case ?
10 Feb, 2023 | 15:02

Based on your facts and circumstances we can claim damages and get the property opened up after sending a legal toice to the Party.

In case of further clarifications please reach out upon following details

Adv Mayank Patni


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