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Hi I am doing business in government land from past 20 years now government is doing some construction work in that area,my question is that it is possible to take stay on government land or should I

Posted 22 hours ago


A. Dear client,
If you have the necessary permissions to do your business there then you are not doing anything wrong. However, if you are working there without having taken the required permissions then it may prove to be a problem.
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Hello, our ancestral home was in my mother's name. It's the house where we all grew up as kids. I think my mother has transferred her rights to her brother, (my uncle) who's residing in that house ri

Posted 5 days ago


A. Dear client,
you have a legal claim over the property still. Even if the property transfers, your share in that property remains so you can always file a suit in the court of concerned jurisdiction and claim your property.
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Father in law and mother in law died intestate. Property on father in law's name. One son and one married daughter. There is a widow and her daughter of the predeceased son. How many legal heirs to b

Posted 5 days ago


A. Dear client,
as there is one son and one daughter, both of them will get half equal share in the property which is undivided as of now. Succession certificate can be obtained them but it is not useful for this issue.
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Can I take my family members as two witnesses when I write a will

Posted 5 days ago


A. Dear Client,
You can take them as the witness but the person whom you are mentioning in the will will not be considered as witness. You need to take some other persons as witnesses to make will a valid one.
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Husband and wife(both TN govt employees), after marriage, from self-earnings bought 4 properties jointly registered in different periods. Total sale consideration of all 4 properties amounts to 18.0 l

Posted 5 days ago


A. Dear Client,
After the husband died without leaving a Will, his undivided half share in those properties passed to his wife and mother, who are both Class I heiresses under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, and thus the mother is legally entitled to claim either an undivided one-fourth share in those properties or the market value of such an undivided one-fourth share.
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Neha Jain

I want to apply loan for which I have colleteal security is my home which is on my father's name who is passed away we are three brothers in our family & live jointly sir what is the best option for m

Posted 5 days ago


A. Dear client,
If father died without making any will then the property will be divided between in equal share between all the legal heirs. If you want something specific property you need to get NOC signed from all legal heirs.
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Anonymous

What are the rules one should know before installing a kitchen chimney? Can s neighbour direct the chimney outlet towards others house?

Posted 5 days ago


A. Dear client,
there are no such specific rules for installing a kitchen chimney. The neighbour can not direct the chimney outlet towards other houses. They may just give you recommendations if they are directly affected by it.
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My Father in law passed away in 2019 and had made a registered will to transfer his immovable properties as well as as other movable assets in the name of his two daughters. He had a son from his ear

Posted 1 week ago


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If every legal heir of your father in law was aware of who would inherit the property then the court can rightfully proceed with the issuing of the letter of administration after confirming this. After issuing the letter of administration from the court in accordance with your father in law's will then no legal heir certificate will be required by the beneficiaries in order to mutate the names in the record.
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Anonymous

We moved to new building apartment in 2020. We installed rain shed on window. The rain shed extends 1.5 Ft beyond the chajja, to avoid rain entering the house. (Living room, Kitchen, 2 Bedroom windows

Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear Clients,
You have to see the contract and bye laws of the society. If these condition are mentioned there then you cannot violate those terms as they are specifically for your society and your building.
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Anonymous

I want to purchase a property. This property is registered on a lady having six sons. She made a registered will giving this land to 5 of her sons . Now she died about 10 years ago now these 5 sons w

Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear Client,

You can secure your rights in the property if all four and legal heir(s) of the deceased brother sign the selling deed. If the legal heir of the deceased sibling is unwilling to sign the sale deed, have them sign a relinquishment deed.

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