Justifying the registered will by the father Justifying the registered will by the father

we are 3 my father, brother and me(female) partitioned our family properties equally. Later my father made a registered will in favor of me for his share of properties . My husband and my father's own

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Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear Client,

You may contest your brother in the court and prove that the will is right as court will consider the intention of my father and content mentioned in that will also if your father had died intestate then also you’ll have equal right in his property.

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Drynage issue -  I am from a rural village Devaguptam Drynage issue - I am from a rural village Devaguptam

Sir, I am from a rural village Devaguptam. And my village has not drynage line. And I have connected the pipes for washing machine and bath water to harvesting pits. And our villager (Schedule Caste p

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Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear Sir,
My answers are as follows:

1. Can we use the agricultural canal to connect the pipes for rain water and bath water? Is it called as drynage?
Ans: It does not fit into the definition of drainage.

2. If it is wrong the rule for removing to all. But they complained on a few people with caste descrimination.
Ans: Such instances are many and you must simply bear the same and if you want to fight collect the evidence have the funds to fight and also have the support of people otherwise yo ...ReadMore

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Notarized will execution Notarized will execution

Namaskar, What does the executor of a notarized will need to do to ensure the beneficiary gets the asset enlisted in the will after the testator is deceased? Note: The enlisted assets only include liq

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Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear Sir,
It will be a only supportive document and a probate may not file on such notarised will. Better get partition as per the Will contents and enjoy the property.

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Selling land which comes under a survey number not mentioned in will Selling land which comes under a survey number not mentioned in will

In my father's will it has been written that land under Survey no.7 can be sold to my elder brother. But he has sold land belonging to Survey no. 7/2 which belongs to us. Can we claim this in court to

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
Yes, boundaries will prevail as such the said sale may be cancelled if you putforth your case scientifically.

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27 Old Will Declared 9 Years back and submitted 4 Years back in the court. 27 Old Will Declared 9 Years back and submitted 4 Years back in the court.

My father in-law is 80 years old and his father died in 1995, Father of my father-inlaw executed his last Unregistered Will in 1994 in favour of my father-inlaw. In 2013 two brothers and two sisters o

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A. Dear Sir,

Please get the procedure of probate as follows:
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What is Probate of a Will and why is it important?
Will is the legal declaration of a person's intention, which he/ she wishes to be performed after his/her death and once the Will is made by the testator/ testatrix, it can only be revoked during his/her lifetime.
'Probate' means the copy of a Will certified under the seal of a court of competent jurisdiction with a grant of adminis ...ReadMore

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regarding gift deed for temple regarding gift deed for temple

We have small land and out of 10 members 8 members are come to decision to give our partitions to temple with gift deed and this land is ancestral property so pls advise how to proceed is it possib

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A. Dear Sir,

You eight people may execute gift deed in favour of temple and give the possession of your shares. Then nobody come forward to support the remaining two persons who are unwilling to gift the property.

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Will - Different Wills for different class Will - Different Wills for different class

CAN DIFFERENT WILLS FOR DIFFERENT CLASS OF ASSESTS FOR DIFFERENT BENEFICIARIES BY ONE/SAME PERSON BE EXCUTED

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Client
For the convenient administration of his estate, the law permits a person to make more than one will in respect of different items of his property and to appoint different executors in respect of different parts of his property.
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Witness challenging the will Witness challenging the will

Sir My father bought a property in 1986 in the name of his father through his own money. A will was written by my grandfather in 1989 in favour of my father and my uncle is a witness to the will. One

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Client,
As the will is registered then your uncle cannot challenge the will as it must be registered with ssub-registrar’s credentials too.

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Consequences of Challenge a will (Self acquired property)by daughter for share Consequences of Challenge a will (Self acquired property)by daughter for share

Hi, According to Indian Constitution, if a person bequeaths(will is also registered under district registration office) property and gives equal share to his sons but does not give any share to his d

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Posted 4 months ago


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Can a registered Will be challenged in the Indian Court?

In India, the concept of Will has its deep-rooted origin for a very long time; its importance grows with the feeling of transferring family wealth and business from one generation to another with ease. A Will is a declaration by way of an established instrument wherein a person disposes of their property which shall take effect after their death and which to its primary nature is ambulatory and revocable during that person’s l ...ReadMore

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Property based on the will Property based on the will

Hello, I am meenakshi My mother had few acres of land, after her death the land was transferred to my father's name... My father has prepared will and in the will he has mentioned the property in the

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Client,

1. If your mother died intestate, then the property shall be transferred to her legal heirs ,i.e., her husband and children.
2. Your father’s will is not valid for ancestral property.
3. Yes, you can contest your father’s will.

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