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Monday, September 27, 2010

The other side of the coin.

You presented only one side of the coin, Chandrika. That’s not fair.
I have an illegitimate sibling. My Dad wants to give an equal share to that f*** in MY GRAND PA’s property. That’s MY money and ONLY MINE.
The guy in blue shirt mailed me.

Money can’t be yours until and unless it is in your name. So it’s pretty shallow of you to say so. I replied.

Do you think fighting the case against father is justified with this explanation?

15 comments:

  1. I have never looked for ancestral property or something and what I earn is what I have, but maybe he is angry about the illegitimacy and THAT is making him go against his Dad.. A judgement cannot be passed just by listening to a situation..There are a lot of other things to be known as to what kind of relationship the father and the son has shared till now etc.

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  2. The property is actually his fathers and its his free will to chose whom to give ...
    The guy in blue shirt does not have any right as he did not earn it ..
    Possible the dad had been bad , possible the dad was wrong .. but still his dad has ownership of that property and so its his free will

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  3. Surely Not. Whatever it is, the father is in possession of it. In my understanding he can do with it what he wants. I can not recognize a juridical reason or a moral obligation the guy in the blue shirt could base his action upon. For me he acts only selfish.

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  4. Depends if you are asking from a moral or legal point of view.Anything that the father got from his father is deemed ancestral, and ALL the children inherit that, by law. If the illegitimate child can prove his right through a DNA test, he should inherit too. If the father wants to include the illegitimate child, he should come forward and agree to giving a DNA sample.

    Otherwise, I guess ALL the legitimate children inherit. The guy in the blue shirt doesnt have a clue. I wonder if he has a sister, and what his attitude is about her inheriting along with him.

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  5. I dont think so...its father's property and so his prerogative to give it to whomsoevr he wants to.

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  6. This is tricky...if the son is really the father's child, then he has a right for the ancestral property, I feel.

    The father is the culprit for bringing an illegitimate child...what is the child/son's mistake?

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  7. All that a father can give to his child is a sound mind and healthy body. He should give the money to neither of them. Legitimate and illegitimate one.

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  8. its always a parents wish ..to distribute among their kids the way they wish!

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  9. The father has the right to distribute his property the way he likes...but he has to give a hard thought before doing it...think how right or wrong he is...

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  10. No, after all the father could even choose to leave it to a non-family member! Or he could sell it and use the money to buy other things for himself. Its his choice, not his son's (legit or otherwise).

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  11. yes the fighting is justified ,coz its an emotional issue where he is asking for complete attention of father " proclaim me your only son."

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  12. Yearning for other's money is not good.

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