Grandchildren are equally entitled to an undivided share in the ancestral property
The grandsons of the daughter are equally entitled to an undivided share in the ancestral property along with the other legal heirs of great grandfather
My great grandfather had a house in a prime locality with 2 acres of surrounding land. He had 2 sons and 1 daughter. All of them aren’t alive anymore. The daughter had 2 sons (and two sons have two children each) and they have both given in writing that they don’t want any share in the ancestral property. However, can the children, say, at a later date stake claim to the property even though their fathers have given the same in writing? What is an ideal way to ensure there aren’t any legal disputes in future?