In a family arrangement what if sisters are not included in 1985


We were 3brothers and 2 sisters. After death of my father a family arrangement was executed in 1985 amongst 3 brothers but sisters were excluded. This was for a self acquired plot of my father. Is this legally valid

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No. it is not legally valid as after the death of your father, who died intestate (without making a will), the property devolved on all his children, including your sisters. The exclusion of your sisters, without written relinquishment from them, either by a separate deed or in the deed of family arrangement, renders the arrangement invalid.


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