It is common for us to observe family conflicts over ancestor property. Otherwise, the Indian regulatory system will prepare an act or agreement will be concluded for the distribution of property among the ancestors, and ownership will be transferred to the legal heirs with immediate effect from the sinking. However, it is a comprehensive and difficult practice for the government to legally identify the legal heirs of that person and the relationship in which the property and property associated with it must be distributed. Even in case of misassignment, a dispute will occur between the ancestors. The agreement looks like an act of division and you can see an example here. The agreement must contain the names of all family members whose decision is important in this regard, the details of the ownership of the property and the specific conditions of this distribution of the property. It is recommended to indicate all the details of the property with the house number, the surface and even a site plan, if possible. The details of the real estate and their property, which are to be the subject of this family comparison, are as follows: ( Enter the details of the entire property as part of a comparison with their number, area, ownership details, etc. in its location plan, if possible) That it be stated and agreed between the parties that this Family Settlement Agreement is related to all disputes between the parties regarding the the respective rights and rights of the parties to the common property and the parties acknowledge the rights of the other to their respective property under this Family Settlement Agreement.
That this Family Plan Agreement is considered final and conclusive and may not be modified or modified at any later stage of the transaction. All parties to this Family Comparison Agreement are bound by the terms of this Agreement and shall respect the respective shares as defined and specified in this Family Settlement Agreement. All the conditions of the proposed agreement on the settlement of the family have been fully explained to all the signatory parties to this agreement on family comparisons, and the said signatories have considered and examined these conditions in consultation and have given their free consent without violence. Coercion and/or incitement….