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Anonymous

posted 4 weeks ago

My father in law died in 2015 , my wife has 3 sisters and a brother who died recently leaving behind a wife with no issues, and according to 2018 SC judgement daughters have equal rights in both ancestral property and acquired properly, my father in law left with no will , please advice as how to go.about it
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A. Dear Sir,
Better to file a partition suit and await for result.

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A. Your wife can claim property rights but before that she needs to have a succession certificate.
Thereafter she can claim the rights by way of a civil suit.
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Shreyash Mohta

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Responded 3 weeks ago

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A. All the existing heirs will get the proportionate share as per law and the heirs of brother will get his share.

You wife can go for succession certificate if there is only movable properties but is there are both movables and immovables the ln letter of administration shall be applied for.

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ANSUL BHUTA

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Responded 3 weeks ago

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A. your wife can claim her share in the property by way of filing a civil suit

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Suneel Moudgil

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Responded 4 weeks ago

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A. Dear Client,
As your father in law has died intestate, so in that case the property will be bestowed equally on all his children and his wife. Ask your wife to get a succession certificate and then after obtaining it, file a partition suit.
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Sayaree Ganguly

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A. Yes sir . Ur wife can claim on her property rights

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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