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Devinder Salwan

Posted 1 year ago

Sir a will in favour of my aunty was probated in Canada and attested by Indian Embassy in Canada now she want to sell property in delhi,does she required again to probate in India or she can sell her property with will that probated in Canada D.Dalwan

A. No idea, please consult the proper person who dealt such issues.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

my grand father had 4 sons. but he divided his property to his 5 grand sons. by this way one son getting any property because he has only 3 married daughters.and one has only one son...left two have 2 sons each. 0+1+2+2 it is challenged by my one uncle having only one son.my second uncle and not alive who had only 3 daughters. is this legal wil.

A. Yes will can be challenged.Better to consult a property professional lawyer from panel of Vidhikarya for quick action.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

I am a 69 year old woman from Chennai. My husband passed away in Oct 2016, without writing a will. Presently I have two daughters, my eldest passed away in 1991, but has a 26 year old daughter. I have made legal heir succession certificates. The house and a piece of land that I own are still in my husband's name. Under the circumstances, can I write a will, so that there are no issues after my demise.

A. Dear Madam,
First get heirship certificate and get the property transferred in your name then write a Will.
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I am drafting a will and I want to attach the photographs and signature of the beneficiary. Does it make the will invalid?

A. dear client in your matter Signature of beneficiary will make the will invalid.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

A person makes a will in the year 1961 allotts one property to his six sons all six separate pieces in 1350 sq ft already built in 1961,he has put in a clause that his sons should not sell ,mortgage,obtain bank loan on that property. Three sons have expired their legal heirs have transferred the khata to their names also one legal heir has obtained a bank loan on that property,the three legal heirs have come together and have kept their shares for sale. My question is it advisable to purchase the property, my doubt stands on the conditions placed in the will that it should not be sold or mortgaged..But one person has also availed bank loan also. Is it advisable to purchase the property.

A. dear client in your matter First u check whether the will is probated by the dist.judge or not.if probated go through the order of district judge.if not probated the will may be challenged in future which may create problem.Better take complete advise from lawyer.
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Dear lawyer, My father(67years old death in 2017) legal heir has two,1 is (myself)female(48 years old),next 2.male (45Years old),1st person( i am) got agriculture land properties 3.27 acres from will deed before death 2 months from my father,2 nd person is petitioner start case in court,1st person will deed properties 3.27 acres is not eligible(invalid properties),due to got will deed property registration.what will get court law act in final to me?

A. dear client in your matter i agreed on advice that Your query is not clear. If you acquired the 3.27 acres agriculture land and registered in your name, the will deed acquired & title deed in your favour before filing of the case is clear transfer & title to the land otherwise it will be become form of the dispute and decided by the court. It is better to consult a property lawyer to guide & help you to protect & defend your part of the share quickly.
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Asha Choudhary

Posted 1 year ago

Mere pitaji k naam aj bhi delhi mei 2 bigha land hai,jo ki dada pardada se chalti aa rahi hai.mere pitaji ki bhaut saalo pehle mrityu ho chuki hai . Mere do bhaiyo ne will banwa li thi ki hum ladkiyon ko property mei hak na mile .Kya patrik property par mere pitaji ki will valid hai ya nhi. Main apna adhikar kaise le sakti hu

A. आप संपत्ति के विभाजन के लिए एक सूट दाखिल कर सकते हैं।
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Prashanth S

Posted 1 year ago

I would like to know the process involved for registering a will. Since my father is not able to ambulate, I would like to know if this service can be done at door step.

A. dear client You need to visit the concerned office and place a request with them stating the facts and circumstances as to why it cannot be completed by visiting this office.You have to requisistion the Sub-registrar for door step service. But will need not be compulsorily registered.
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My Grandfather prepared his will (registered), where Grandmother was beneficiary. My grandmother prepared a will of all the properties (received as a part of the will of my grandfather/his husband), beneficiary is me. Title transfers to my grandmother have not been done till now. Is the will of my grandmother valid? Can she prepare a will for property received from his husband.

A. dear client your grandfather had made his will and made your grandmother beneficiary, she gets the assets in her name on the execution of the will. Once, she gets the assets in her name, which is execution in Law, she can now make her own WILL and the same is valid in LAW.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

Sir/madam,my grand father had two sons.he made the WILL unregistered and gave it to elder son with angry over younger son(my father),because of conflict between my father and mother.But few days after will submission,my parents compromised and lived together without going up to legal proceedings of division between them. my grand pa had three son - in- laws where two are sons of elder son and myself to younger son.one of the son of elder one died before my grand pa death.The WILL was unchanged.In 2010,one of the property of my grandpa's was divided between my self and my remained cousin when I am minor and my grandpa is still alive .The will writer for my grand pa is the same person who divided this property said to my father to bring me even I am minor but my father don't know anything of will .During the last days of my grand pa death, he said to my father to divide entire property before his death.But my grand pa didn't told anything about the will to my father but,he always says to my father to divide.My grand pa died later.Now, when the remaining property was dividing,my cousin as well as his father is saying there is a will but they didn't revealed where it was and what is in it?.No problem if written for son-in- laws but My tension is if entire property was written to my cousin or uncle(my father's elder brother) with angry over my father by my grand pa,is there any solution to divide it equally? Please tell all possible ways to get divided equally.

A. dear client kindly go thrught expert lawyer for proper overview of all documents because here the property which was taken from your unregistered will can be fighted equally through law of heritance act but we need tree or genological of your history
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