Will of a deceased person Will of a deceased person

In a family, there 3 girl child and 1 boy. When they grew up, the mother is took off by one of her girl child. So that, the mother make a will to give her land to the one who took care off her. When m

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Need more information on how the land was acquired by the mother then only it will be possible to provide a proper answer on this question. In general if there is a will for a self acquired property the mother can transfer the land that way to one of the child and then probate of the will through the court has to be conducted.
If there is no will then all the children will have equal rights in the property.

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Will creation Will creation

How to create will and cost for the will creation?

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A. Hi,
It is advisable to ascertain your properties before including them in your will. If you are making the will, then you shall be the testator of the will. Wills are of two kinds: registered and unregistered which depends upon whether you are getting it signed at the registrar's office. It is nuanced to get the registration to enable smoother probation of the will before the court.
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Pardeep Kumar Dhiman  Dhiman

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My late father receive ancestral property through a partition suite against my grand father and my two uncles. Later on my father made a will (registered) giving a less share to me and my youngest bro

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A. Dear Sir,
You may claim your equal share by filing partition suit.

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Transfer of property Transfer of property

My grandfather is having a house and he wishes to transfer it to me, but the problem is, verbally (IN WORDS) he assured, the house will be given to my uncle, but now my grandfather is adamant to trans

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Posted 7 months ago


A. your grandfather have to gift it to you.
or he can make WILL

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OLD WILL DEED 2002 OLD WILL DEED 2002

There are four properties : A,B,C and D described in the WILL. Out of these four A,B,C are self acquired / registered and D is simple SADA BINAMI . As per 40 years of revenue records of property D t

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A. WILL is valid for A,B,C.

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Mr Sharan Kumbhar Mr Sharan Kumbhar

My Uncle has expired, how to obtain legal heirship certificate

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A. Dear Sir,
Approach revenue office and get it or take affidavit before Notary Public.

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Dispute for Donation of Ancestral Property Dispute for Donation of Ancestral Property

From our ancestral property my father and other 5 shareholders got equal share. Now one of my uncle(unmarried) has donated his share to an other person(not family member) without consent of his brothe

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A. Dear Sir
First he ought to have offered to his co sharers and taken consideration and that consideration he may donate this stranger.

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Incompetent lawyer causing grief to me and my family Incompetent lawyer causing grief to me and my family

The executor of my dad's will is incompetent and unable to bring closure. I have been bequeathed some property and some monies from my dads self acquired estate. Its over 30 months now and yet the exe

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A. Hey
If the beneficiaries have serious concerns regarding the ability of an executor to perform his duties, the beneficiaries must first write to the executor and ask him to explain his actions. If an explanation is not forthcoming or the beneficiaries are not satisfied by the executors' explanation, he or she may make an application to the court to remove or substitute the executor.
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UNREGISTERED WILL DEED UNREGISTERED WILL DEED

Will deed written in favour of my younger brother in 2002. there are three witnesses. I am one of them . Is the will deed valid?. Further, I understand currently unregistered will is not valid after

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A. Please get it corrected.
Will is the only document which has the privilege of enjoying the benefit of validity regardless of being registered or not as per the Indian Laws.
So, even if the will is not registered it is a will- a valid one.

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Yusuf Hardwarewala Yusuf Hardwarewala

I am 40 year old man and want to make a will what is the process and how much is the approximate expenditure for the same.

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Hi,

First, draft your will as per your terms and signed it in the presence of two witness and if you want to registered your will, then contact to office of the sub-registrar of you area. Its simple process and charges are also nominal (600-2000 approx). Charges are may be vary state to state.

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Nishant Singh (Adv)
Delhi

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