Ancestral property is an undivided and a self-acquired property by your great grandfather. When the said property is undivided and self-acquired up to four generations, including you, is known as an Ancestral Property.
Under Section 26 of the Hindu Succession Act, if an individual is converted to other religion, the person still has the right over the ancestral property. An illegitimate child does not have any rights over the ancestral property.
Under the Christian law, which is governed by the Indian Succession Act, there are no provisions to have the right over the ancestral property. As for the Muslim law, there’s no intention of an equitable interest, so the concept of ancestral property does not apply.
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