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Pratik Malgave

posted 3 weeks ago

Q.Regarding property rights
Hello,
My mother has purchased a home back in 2017. We have a loan of Rs 1200000 that I'm paying in installments to bank.
As I also have married sister (married in 2016), can she claim a share in a property in a future?
If my mother is willing to writer a will in my favour, can she still claim a share? Is my sister's sign required too in a will? Or do I need any legal document signed from my sister? Any help in this direction is greatly appreciated.
Thank you.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Experience: 33 Year(s)

Responded 3 weeks ago

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A. ) Dear Sir,
Your married sister cannot claim any share on the property of your mother if she executes a Gift Deed or Will in your favour.

Please take PAID phone call with me through VIDHIKARYA and get more legal guidance.

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Pavan kumar Gudipati

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Responded 3 weeks ago

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A. ) 1) If your mother is Only the owner,she can do what ever she want
2) On will, Your mother sign only required. Your sister is not needed.
3) Sister can get share from parents, if property is "Ancestral" - from generations, But Not from self acquired. But still, she may claim, based on specific circumstance
4) Legal document from sister may not be useful.

Solution:
Get Registered that Property on Your name along with your mother, as you paying the loan EMI. If Mother says "No", then you may need legal help.

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 3 Year(s)

Responded 3 weeks ago

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A. ) Yes because property on your mother's name .

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