quesDoes son from first marriage have right in ancestral property?

Can owner of ancestral property transfer this property to his son ignoring first marriage son

  • ans

    No , as per various judgement of High court ancesteral property cannot be transferred to anyone.

    If the person , so desires then he can transfer his portion of share by Gift Deed

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