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Anonymous

posted 10 months ago

A person makes a will in the year 1961 allotts one property to his six sons all six separate pieces in 1350 sq ft already built in 1961,he has put in a clause that his sons should not sell ,mortgage,obtain bank loan on that property. Three sons have expired their legal heirs have transferred the khata to their names also one legal heir has obtained a bank loan on that property,the three legal heirs have come together and have kept their shares for sale. My question is it advisable to purchase the property, my doubt stands on the conditions placed in the will that it should not be sold or mortgaged..But one person has also availed bank loan also. Is it advisable to purchase the property.
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A. A legatee getting a property gets the title absolutely and such conditions prohibiting sale, mortgage do not legally bar the legatee from doing so.

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A. Not advisable, it will be challenged at any future date.

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A. First u check whether the will is probated by the dist.judge or not.if probated go through the order of district judge.if not probated the will may be challenged in future which may create problem.Better take complete advise from lawyer

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Ved prakash Shaw

Experience: 38 Year(s)

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A. Your matter is not a petty issue, Kindly take a paid consultation.

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NILANJAN CHATTERJEE

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A. Dear Sir/Mam,
Request you to give proper description of the property in question.
Are they spearate properties or one single property in six names.

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Vedant Lakhotia

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Anonymous

Replied 10 months ago

Sir it is one single property sub divided into six parts each individual having separate possession of his share khata is also divided individually

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