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Offline asheesha

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INHERITENCE RULE
« on: March 22, 2013, 03:03:28 AM »
My father willed a property for my mother typed and signed on a plain paper (no date no witness ) also indicating
share from movable property to me and my brother. question is
1) IS the inheritence to my mother understood  OR needs registration ? OR all 3 of us are shareholders by default?
2)Can I and brother right a "No objection" and sign  on the will and the document will hold good for all legal/ sales purposes ?
Can we brothers mention that we have received the share of movable prop. as per the will ?There's no disharmony within
the family but we need every thing clean so that no dispute's arise in future.

The property is in UP and in the Municipal records it has already been changed into mother's name.



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Re: INHERITENCE RULE
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2013, 10:25:34 PM »
A "WILL" without date and two witnesses is not valid. However when the property in question has been transferred in your mother's name and you along with your brother have no problems then what's the issue? Though, after your father's death all three of you being the legal heirs under schedule-I, have equal right in your deceased father's property and you all 3 become co-owners of the undivided property.
Regarding your 2nd query now no action whatsoever by anybody can validate the "WILL" of your deceased father.

 

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