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Q. Will

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Murugesan P P M

posted 1 month ago

CAN a grand son and a non legal heir file a suit after 21 years against the legal heirs based on the COPY of his grand father’s WILL quoting that the Will was ignored and a partition deed was made among the legal heirs ignoring the conditions of the Will. Further it was claimed that the original will is with some legal heirs.
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A. Dear Sir,
It is a very remote day to approach the Court on such ground and ask your advocate and get it nibbed by filing application under Order 7 Rule 11 of CPC.

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