how can i file Separation from my married son
Father and Son have differences and father do not want to stay with son nor want to do business together. Where is : Business : on the rented place that is belong to father only since 30 year. father told to son verbally find your own business and move out. son forcefully comes in business and operate it. legally he is nothing in the business. Residence : on the rented place since 8 month. Rent deed with the father and mother name. Father told to son find your own place but he do not do that. Home : we have a booked home in Mumbai which is under construction and 95% of money is paid but still no position. this home with the name of Father, mother and son. Question is : 1. How i can make him separate from my business place and residence and what is my legal obligation to do for him ? 2. If i want to sell under construction [ which is loan free ] home and if my son does not co-operate that what is the other legal option are with father and mother.
if you are senior citizens you can move the senior citizen Tribunal restraining your son from entering his office and the rented flat . you are under no obligation to maintain your son . if it is your business you can restrain your son from interfering in your business and from entering your residence which is taken on rent . as far as flat is concerned which is standing in joint names your son has 1/3rd share in said flat . for sale of flat you would need your son consent as no one will purchase your flat if 1/3rd rights are with your son
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