Step mother sold joint family property
My father has made a gift in favor of his second wife who is my stepmother thereupon she took possession over the property. She sold that property to his son-in-law thereafter my step-sister erected a house thereon.
The property gifted was probably our joint family property. However, there is no evidence to prove that my father made a gift but I am quite sure that she forced my father to transfer the property upon her. My stepmother illegally dispossessed me from the land then sold it to her son-in-law. Can I challenge this gift?
Question From: Family Law
There is no evidence towards
In the absence of any pleading as well as any proper
Hence, you cannot challenge the sale deed only on the mere statement that it was joint family property. Your step mother had been in lawful possession and in
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