Unregistered Will. Unregistered Will.

1) My Grandfather executed an Unregistered Will in 1994, in favour of my father mentioned that he has already settled all his sons and daughters. 2) My Grandfather died in 1995. 3) In 2013 my uncles a

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Posted 4 days ago


A. Dear Sir,
Since unregistered Will is not challenged there is every probability of you winning the case. Please get examine the witness to prove the Will. Not to neglect.

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Iui IVF Iui IVF

Single unmarried 34 yr women can do iui or IVF from donor sperm pls help legal in india??? How to get court permission for this

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Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear Madam,
You need not seek any permission from any Court since there is no case pending and nobody propose to object for such proposal of yourself. You have crossed the age of majority and unmarried as such you can fulfill your wishes.

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Will of undivided share Will of undivided share

We are 4 brothers and a mother. The mother's property was purchased by the father admitted by all in a previous title suit. after death of father 2 brothers have gotten will made from the mother for

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Hi client,
The question is little confusing. Is the property in your mother's name? If yes, and she has already made a will for your brothers then nothing can be done.
if it was an undivided property and you have not got your share, then you can claim the same .
Thank you

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Preparation of WILL - value of stamp paper Preparation of WILL - value of stamp paper

On what value of stamp paper WILL is required to be written

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
There is no stamp duty in Karnataka State to register a Will. You may check the same in your State with the nearest office of Sub-Registrar.

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My husband expired last month My husband expired last month

My husband expired last month. According to his will I will have right on his self acquired property after my death, it will divided between my son, daughter and grandson. I want to know that can I gi

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
Yourself and your children get 1/3rd each as such you are entitled to gift only to the extent of 1/3rd which falls to your share.

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can we know the period of the ink on paper or document can we know the period of the ink on paper or document

can we know the period of the ink on paper or document

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
You can consult the handwriting experts regarding the same. The report can be used as a evidence in court.

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My father made WILL in my name My father made WILL in my name

Dear Sir, My father made WILL in my name with 2 witnesses He left some shares which I want to transfer in my name With the help of WILL, the company should transfer the shares in my name May be a

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
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 administration of the estate of the testator. A probate can be granted only to the executor appointed under t ...ReadMore

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How many months can we take for extension to join new central government job How many months can we take for extension to join new central government job

currently, i am working in central government job, and i got offered a new high level job (central government). In my old job i will be confirmed 15th march 2023. i want to take extension upto April 2

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
3 months is the reasonable time. If you want more time to join the new service then go to High Court and get suitable direction to the new authority.

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Regarding will deed Regarding will deed

Good morning sir/mam, I am Divya. I have some doubts about WILL. A person died due Health issue when his age 33years. He have some self acquired properties on his name, on his wife name, and

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Madam,

After the death of husband his property will be divided as follows only.
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Section 8 of Hindu Succession Act:
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General rules of succession in the case of males.―The property of a male Hindu dying intestate
shall devolve according to the provisions of this Chapter:―
(a) firstly, upon the heirs, being the relatives specifie ...ReadMore

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Does a Codicil to a Registered WILL also have to be Registered ?? Does a Codicil to a Registered WILL also have to be Registered ??

Does a Codicil to a Registered WILL also have to be Registered ?? Any set procedure to draft a Codicil ?

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Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear client,
A Codicil to a registered will need not be registered. It has to be signed by the Testator and attested by two Witnesses.
There is no such standard format for a codicil. A Codicil can be created by drafting the details testator wants to include and the amendments he/she wants to do in the original Will, in a separate paper, and sign it in presence of two witnesses who also sign the document.

You can follow the following steps if you need any help:
1. Fix a title for the codicil ba ...ReadMore

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