A partition suit refers to a suit filed by an individual (coparcener) in case of a property dispute in the family or mutual consent is absent among the owners during the sale or partition of the property. The suit shall be pursued only if the co-owners disregard the legal notice of partition and the dispute continues.
A particular course of steps is to be followed while filing a partition suit to avoid its rejection on any grounds. The steps to be followed are as follows:
A Valakatnama shall consist of the following terms and conditions:
The list of document required to file under a partition suit is as follows:
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As per the Limitations Act 1963, statutory limitation period for immovable property is 12 years.
Legal partition of property means to file a suit in court to ask for sale of the property or physical division among the co-owners. The right to partition can be waived if the correct agreement is executed.
The documents required to file a partition suit are as follows:
It is filed in the court of a Civil Judge having jurisdiction over the property in question. In case of more than one property, the lawsuit could be filed in any one of the courts that have jurisdiction. The outcome of the suit is a decree with joint nature of the property.
A title suit refers to a suit that claims sole ownership of the property, whereas, a partition suit that claims a share in the property which a person is legally entitled to get.