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posted 3 months ago

question iconCan i claim a property if i am a adopted son without paperss

My uncle adopted us in the year of 1962 but this was not done on papers, and my mother was devdasi(unmarried). so, he allowed his name to be used as my father in school leaving certificate,markscard,aadhar card,voting card as well. Now he is no more and no Will was prepared by him. My question is how can I claim the property since there no 1st class legal heirs of my uncle but cousins are trying to take the property

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A.All the documents as stated by you are sufficient to establish that you are adopted son of your uncle so being legal heir you can claim over the property left by uncle. File case for succession certificate.

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A.Hi,
Since he had died intestate, you are entitled for his property as per Hindu succession act. You can file a case in the court if there is such a dispute in the said property. You can get further advice in this issue by contacting a lawyer.
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A.Hi,
You are entitled for his property. You can file a case in the court if there is such dispute and since he died intestate, you will get property according to the personal laws which he is abide by.
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A.On the basis of your identity proofs, you can claim yourself as his son and can apply for Legal Heir Certificate by furnishing necessary declaration along with documentary proofs. That Legal Heir Certificate is essential for mutating your name in the Record of Rights in the place and stead of that deceased person.

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