Granddaughters right over the grandfathers property after 20 years


Can a granddaughter claim share in the grand father's property after 20 years of transfer directly to the grandson and son through a will after death of the owner? The will was made in 1994 and grandfather died in 1995. Since then the property has tranfered and noted with the revenue department.

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If your grandfather has purchased that property and you got transfer though a will then granddaughter can't claim her share from that property, in fact property has been transferred in 1995, now she can't make any excuse to get her share.


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