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Partition Suit

In the event that a family property dispute arises, either party may start a partition suit. The creation of a partition deed is a formal process that may involve a court order or negotiations between the parties. In essence, it shows how much of the property each side is claiming. A partition deed must, however, be compelled to be registered with the Sub-office Registrar's in order for it to be enforceable.

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It can be assumed that any or all co-owners of a property can bring an action for division even if there are no explicit rules defining the group of people who are eligible to do so in India. Additionally, not all of the heirs are required to engage in the procedure if they choose not to.

Sending a legal notification comes before launching a partition lawsuit. The plaintiff may continue with the lawsuit filing if the notice is ignored. After that, you must adhere to the instructions listed below.

Create a plaint (complaint) using the template provided by the court. The complainant is referred to as the plaintiff, and the defendant is the party being sued. The parties' names, residences, the type of complaint, and an affidavit attesting to the accuracy of the substance of the plaint are all significant information that should be mentioned with care.

Create a Power of Attorney, a legal document that gives the advocate the authority to represent the client in a disagreement.

Make a court fee payment, which varies based on the case and between States. A legal counsel can assist you calculate the court fees.

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