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My father has written a property will on his self-acquired property. but now he is no more. He has mentioned that the mother is the next successor and after her time it will be divided equally among c

Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear client,
Once the will is made and signed in presence of witnesses then it becomes effective. However, if it is registered, which is not infact mandatory to do so , but if it is done then, the wish of your father can not be changed , no matter the same property is transferred as per his will. Even though if she gets the right over such property. She can not change as per will .
But ,if such will is not known and in knowledge of ur sisi then and the will is not registered then, in tha case af ...ReadMore
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My father willed his property to me. However while he was alive he sold the property and the sale proceeds were transferred to his bank account. Later he passed away. Based on the will for property ca

Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear Client,
It depend on the terms and condition of will. if there is no share of bank account money in will then you can claim your part but if there is bank account money division then you need to share as per the will.
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My GrandFather made a will for few immovable self acquired properties in the name of my Aunt with proper lawyer consult and witness(not alive anymore) and this was done before 1995 (1984 )and hence no

Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
If contents of Will not used for more than 12 years then it becomes suspicious documents and you can take benefit out of it.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

Please give me FIVE STAR if satisfied by my answers and you may approach me through Vidhikarya for further clarifications.
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A Mother given life interest on House to First son (Have No authority to sale property) till his death, After death the full rights goes to 2nd Son, Is First Son Can he Give lease how many years to ot

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A. Dear Client,
As the life interest of the house is given to the first son, the lease can be given to other persons only till the death of the first son. There is no definite period being numbered to show.
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in a will of a father delegating property to his son, the document number is typed wrongly. survey number, village all are correct. now, is it possible to rectify the error by family members(wife , da

Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
If father is alive then he can execute a rectification deed otherwise you have to rely upon the other documents to establish that it was wrongly typed. It is not a serious lapse and it could be established by the contents of other document whose number was wrongly typed.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

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If one manages to obtain land khatha's of ancestors based onforged will and then claim that he got it as a legal heir, is it acceptable legally?

Posted 2 months ago


A. No it is not acceptable and if proved in the court of law that he had done this by forging a legal document then we will be held criminally liable for fraud and forgery. He shall be penalized and punished under Sections 463, 464 and 465 of IPC. Also suppose that he submits the same forged document in court as genuine then he shall also be punished under Sections 191, 192 and 193 of IPC.
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If one manages to obtain land khatha's of ancestors based on forged will in which he declared himself as foster son and then claims that he got it as a legal heir, is it acceptable legally?

Posted 2 months ago


A. If the forging of will can be proved, legal recourse lies for the same. However, as a general rule, an adopted son can claim property of the adoptive father under Hindu law, just as a biological son can. If you find the answer helpful, please rate me.
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Sanjay Chakravarty

I want to get my will witnessed by a married couple, i.e. husband and wife. Is there any restriction that the two witnesses to a will should be unrelated? Or is it ok for both to be a married couple?

Posted 3 months ago


A. Hi,
There is no such bar. Witnesses should be adults, i.e. above 18 years of age. While choosing the witness you must keep in mind that they should survive you as they may need to testify the Will after your death. Please contact a lawyer for further advice.
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My both parents executed registered will making absolute right bequeath to each other and then second bequeath (which is illegal) to my cousin in the same will. Both parents died now. Hence as a legal

Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear client,

It is very important for an advocate to see the will and the declarations made there in. If there is no such mention if your cousins name, then his taking away your property is absolutely illegal.
Contact an advocate as soon as possible.
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My Aunt (my father's sister) was deserted by her husband at very young age and earned her own livelihood by doing a job expired last year. In her will, she has willed her house in Jamnagar, Gujarat to

Posted 3 months ago


A. Hello Sir/ Ma'am
A legal heir certificate is thus a crucial ‘post-demise’ document to establish the relationship between the deceased and legal heirs and who the legal heirs are, in order to claim certain assets. But the legal heir certificate is required when the person dies without any will. Although if judge is asking for the same you could submit an affidavit Stating that their is no living legal heir of the deceased person.
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