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Q. Property inheritance

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Anonymous

posted 4 weeks ago

The flat was jointly in my mothers and sisters name. My mother died 5 months ago. Can me and my brother add our names to the share certificate and become equal holders that is three parts of the flat.

Is a stipulated time within which this process is to be completed after mother's death or can we leave the share certificate in sisters name for an indefinite time and we still have the rights to the property?
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A. Dear Sir,
You may enter into settlement deed and get it registered.

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A. My suggestion would be that you should go for succession certificate or letter of administration as that would be a proof of you being the heir and entitled to each and every property of the deceased.

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ANSUL BHUTA

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Responded 3 weeks ago

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A. It can be done but you shall require a succession certificate or else a will for the same.
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Shreyash Mohta

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Shreyash Mohta

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Responded 4 weeks ago

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A. U will need to succession certificate if no will then

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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