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I have 4 properties I am allocating two of my properties to my son and two of them to my daughter. Taking into consideration of this present pandemic situation if something happens to my son then my d

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
It being a important document better get it drafted by senior advocate.

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Can the same AC court declare a person as son of 'X' and son of 'Y'? Can the same AC court declare a person as son of 'X' and son of 'Y'?

Can the same AC (Assistant Commissioner) court declare a person of 42 years age as biological son of 'X' parent for one case and then whether the same court can consider the claim of the same person s

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Posted 8 months ago


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You should approach the civil/district court for declaration since this is beyond the jurisdiction of Revenue courts and declaration as a biological or foster kid is under the jurisdiction of civil courts.

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Who will get how much share in the property as per will?? Who will get how much share in the property as per will??

If an unmarried man has only one married brother and one married sister and in the will it is mentioned that the property will be equally distributed to descendents and who will get the share in the p

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
The shares are already defined in the will.

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Sc st case Sc st case

Hai sir ,my opposite flat person having issue with my dog.he should I will complain about your dog at police station .but hr gave complaint stating community wise.we never had any ornaments with that

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Posted 8 months ago


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If the files the complaint, just explain the facts.

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Transfer of Property Transfer of Property

Can a father WILL out property bought by him in the name of his minor son who has attained adulthood, to his daughter?

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
Yes, definitely a will can be made in favour of a son and a daughter by their father.
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Process of Will making & it's execution Process of Will making & it's execution

1- Where can one prepare his will, based on his current residence & assets being in some other location 2- Types of will 3- Charges of will 4- Registration of will reqd or not 5- Witnesses needed or n

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Posted 10 months ago


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1) A Will is a legal declaration of a person on a document regarding the distribution of his assets after his death. It is a unilateral document that takes effect upon the death of a person allowing you to make an informed decision on how your wealth, property and assets will be distributed on your death.
STEP 1: Firstly, all the essentials of a will as mentioned need to be adhered to.

STEP 2: It is advisable to consult the family lawyer before drafting the will. A will can either be draw ...ReadMore

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Property issue Property issue

My step mother has sold my house without my knowledge and signature and I am the only son left

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
If you are a co-owner, then you can file an injunction to get the sale set aside. In addition, file a complaint against your stepmother for cheating and fraud under Section 415 and 420 IPC. File a suit for partition of the property.
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Lost of will Lost of will

How to find a lost will

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Posted 10 months ago


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When a Will can't be located, you should first search the deceased's property and go through their paperwork. Even if you don't find the Will itself, you may find some information about their solicitor, a receipt for the Will or even a copy of the document. If you found this helpful, please rate us.

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Property Dispute - WILL of my Grandfather Property Dispute - WILL of my Grandfather

Hi Sir I need you advice in the below matter if you can assist it is highly appreciated Subject : Property Dispute - WILL of my Grandfather I need adivice from an expert. My Grandfather is having 3

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Posted 11 months ago


A. That's notice, you have to raise objection.

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Post office nominee query Post office nominee query

My father died last year and he has put in 3 lakhs in post office. The nominee is his mother, i.e. my grandmother. Also, will certificate lists out my mother,self, sister and grandmother as the wills.

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
The nominee will receive the full amount from the post office, unless it has been specifically mentioned in the will that the other beneficiaries can also claim a share of the same.
The best thing to do is to approach your grandmother and settle the matter with her.
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