A father transferred his will to his son and grandson. His son sold the property without letting know the grandson and signed the registry. The property was later sold four times. Can the grandson claim this property now? If yes, what are the implications in buying it?


Answered on November 09, 2017
  • share
  • The grandson can no longer claim any interet in the property if the subsequent purchasers of the property have acquired the same bonafide. The grandson however claims his share in the consideration amount recieved by the father on sale of the property. All this is subect to the Will in question having been duly probtated.
      facebook twitter linkdin