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Posted 1 week ago

How can I gift my bike (registered on my name in a district of Bihar) to my brother-in- law legally so that I may not be liable for anything happens with the bike in future.

A. Dear Sir,
You have to execute Gift Deed and it must be registered and further execute necessary documents as may be required by concerned RTO.

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Posted 1 week ago

My father had a willl i.e 30 year old . Even will was made according to the law and even 2 witness had signed to the will. Currently will has been challenged in the court by my uncle . one of the witness is alive and he is 92 year old. That witness is not a fit enough to come to court due to his sever health issue and even his age dont support to do that. Trail court had given a judgment that will is not valid if witnesss didnt recognize the will.. i heared if will crosss 30 year then their is no need to witness recognizing the will . Kindly suggest your thoughts on it so that we can fight in high court

A. Dear Sir,
You may rely upon the Section 90 of Evidence Act and ask your advocate to putforth arguments before Appellate Court.
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Section 90 in The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
90. Presumption as to documents thirty years old.—Where any document, purporting or proved to be thirty years old, is produced from any custody which the Court in the particular case considers proper, the Court may presume that the signature and e ...ReadMore
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A has willed a property fully to his spouse B (and none to his children). This will is under execution, but has been contested. B has made a will, leaving it fully to some (and not all) of her heirs. B's will contains the property that has not yet been transferred to her name. Will B's will be effective after her death, if the status remains as at present ?

A. Dear Sir,
Without being the absolute owner a person cannot execute a valid Will, if done so it will subject to findings of the Court.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

THERE IS A RESIDENTIAL FLAT IN MY NAME.AFTER MY DEATH MY HUSBAND SHALL BE SOLE OWNER. ON HIS DEATH MY 1ST DAUGHTER WILL BE THE SOLE OWNER.ON HER DEATH MY 2ND DAUGHTER WILL BE THE SOLE OWNER.ON HER DEATH MY 3RD DAUGHTER WILL BE THE SOLE OWNER.

A. Yes ma'am you can do this in a legal way
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Posted 1 month ago

Description Dear lawyer Is it compulsory to execute a registered will? 1. If yes then what is the time line after death of testator.death of testator happened in 2018 July 2.If No then can the persons mentioned in the will use the will for its own benefit without going to court. 3. If there is any court fee? And who pays and what is fee for property value about 20Cr. Thanks Ashibhat

A. Dear Sir,
If it is registered Will the beneficiary has to get probate order from the District Court. Please consult local lawyer.
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Priya V

Posted 6 months ago

Dear Sir, I belong to Tamilnadu and have all my immovable properties in Chennai area. Now I am staying in Noida in a rental property due to my professional activities. I want to execute my personal will. Can I do here? Someone told that I have to go to Chennai to do it. Need little quick help.

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Yes, Definitely you can execute the will from Noida.
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All the documents of your properties.
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Posted 6 months ago

What are the charges for making a level will? How much time it will take? If I make a will denying anything to my wife or children, can they still claim legel right over it?

A. Respected Sir,
1. It will take approximately 25000/- fees to register it.
2. It will take hardly 2 to 3 days for completion.
3. Your wife and children cannot claim if you make a registered will.

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Posted 6 months ago

A have three sons and one daughter. A made will by which all property is to go to wife of A. After death of A, the property was transfered to wife of A say B. Can B make the will and transfer the same property received by her from her husband to anybody as per her wish and will ? (She wishes to give the equal property to only one daughter and one son. Is she can do so ?

A. Dear Sir,
B became absolute owner of property acquired by her under legal document that is a registered Will.
B can execute Will in favour of anybody without any trouble.

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Anonymous

Posted 7 months ago

My grandfather purchased a land site for 40*50 and later government added 7*50 land to my grandfather's property. Now the khata says my grandfather has 47*50 self owned property. My grandfather wrote a will stating I can claim his land 47*50 after his death. Will was written 8 years ago and my grandfather passed away a year and half before. My grandfather's elder son says I cannot register that land to my name since 7*50 was given by government and he is forcing me to give away the will and he claims the will is void. I am just 22 years old and i wish to know can I claim the property with the will or not? Please suggest something, it will be helpful.
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Anonymous

Posted 7 months ago

We are one sister and one brother, I'm married and parents are no more. My father issued will to my brother desiring to give his house to him. Now my brother submitted the will in court for probate and I filed an objection. My question is, if my death occurs, can my husband or son carry the case on ? or the case will automatically dismissed ?

A. Yes, legal heirs will substitute you in the court of law. However, i pray god you live long and your enjoy your property. Indeed.
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