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Sir a will in favour of my aunty was probated in Canada and attested by Indian Embassy in Canada now she want to sell property in delhi,does she required again to probate in India or she can sell her property with will that probated in Canada
D.Dalwan

Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 4 years ago

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A.No idea, please consult the proper person who dealt such issues.
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A.Yes.Better to consult a professional property lawyer from panel of Vidhikarya to guide & help you as per the law.
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