succession certificate for INTESTATE HINDU property succession certificate for INTESTATE HINDU property

A Hindu lady having house property in Bangalore Corporation limits and having 1 son, 2 married daughter and her husband, died INTESTATE in September 2017.The family members (HINDU) got her DEATH CERTIFICATE after 10 days.
Then the KHATA ENDORSEMENT of the property stands transferred only on the SOLE NAME of Son, in AUGUST 2018.
In JUNE 2nd week 2019, KHATA EXTRACT and KHATA CERTIFICATE stands transferred in SOLE NAME of Son.
Then, in JUNE 4th week 2019, the family members got LEGAL HEIR CERTIFICATE from Deputy Tahsildar and by this the family members( son, 2 daughters and Husband of the lady who died intestate) claimed themselves as COOWNERS of the property and sold the property to a Purchaser in AUGUST 2019, through Registered SALE DEED by claiming and signing all of them as Absolute COOWNERS.
Referring the SCENARIO above, please provide information on below pointers (point wise):
1. Since the Lady died INTESTATE (HINDU), please provide information about requirement of SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE ?
2. please provide information about : Relation of SUCCESSION certificate and LEGAL HEIR CERTIFICATE for INTESTATE house property for HINDU family.
3. Which documents are required first (hierarchy wise), by surviving family members of a deceased lady who died INTESTATE, to claim CO-OWNERSHIP of INTESTATE HINDU property? (out of DEATH CERTIFICATE, SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE, LEGAL HEIR CERTIFICATE, KHATA ENDORSEMENT transfer, KHATA CERTIFICATE transfer, KHATA EXTRACT transfer, etc..)
4. What are the documents required , to transfer KHATA ENDORSEMENT, KHATA EXTRACT and KHATA CERTIFICATE for a HINDU FAMILY for INTESTATE PROPERTY (with in BANGALORE CORPORATION LIMITS) of a deceased lady?
5. Please provide information about: procedure to be followed by surviving family members of a deceased lady (HINDU) who died INTESTATE, to transfer KHATA ENDORSEMENT, KHATA EXTRACT and KHATA CERTIFICATE in SOLE NAME of SON, excluding other members?
6. please provide information about : What are the documents required and procedure to be followed by surviving family members of a deceased lady who died INTESTATE, to claim ABSOLUTE COOWNERSHIP of INTESTATE HINDU property and execute SALE DEED in favour of a purchaser, when KHATA ENDORSEMENT, KHATA EXTRACT and KHATA CERTIFICATE (all) stands transferred in SOLE NAME of SON ?
7. Which is first Requirement, by LAW : SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE or LEGAL HEIR CERTIFICATE, for a HINDU family for a INTESTATE PROPERTY?
8. What are the documents required and procedure to obtain SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE for HINDU FAMILY for INTESTATE PROPERTY of a deceased lady?
9. What are the documents required and procedure to obtain LEGAL HEIR CERTIFICATE for HINDU FAMILY for INTESTATE PROPERTY of a deceased lady?
10. Which GOVT. AUTHORITY issues SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE and LEGAL HEIR CERTIFICATE to a HINDU FAMILY for a INTESTATE PROPERTY of a deceased Lady in BANGALORE CORPORATION LIMITS?
11. Which guidelines Karnataka Sub- Registrars follow to EXECUTE a registered SALE DEED of a INTESTATE property in BANGALORE CORPORATION LIMITS ?

Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 2 years ago

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A.Dear Sir,
The description given by you is so lengthy, please make it short and re-submit, as experts have no time to spare as this is free and charity work.
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