i would really appricate you and i value your service, it would be very helpfull for the public great work keep up the same and i want to ask ours is gramathana agricaltural land recently Patta Khata has transfer from my grandfather name to my father name now can well sell that property without any objection from my elder uncle and their son's because partation deed is not rigistred
3 days ago
I am glad that our comments help you and the community. Hope the community interacts and makes the grey area of real estate transparent. Now coming to your question:
Firstly, transfer of Khata just transfers the right to pay property tax on the particular land in question. It is not a proof of ownership.
To be able to sell the land, your father should own the land. Has your grandfather written a registered will through which he might have transferred the property to your father? If not, legally both sons have the right over the piece of land. Partition deed might also suffice.
On the other hand, if the property is not an ancestral property, it might be a good idea to create a settlement deed or release deed by your elder uncle.
Hope this helps! Please let me know if you need any further clarifications.