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My Grandfather built a house, after Grandfather & Grand Mother dies, property has been muted in favor of two successors (Elder & Younger Son).
Both, my Father & my Uncle has issues of one Son & One daughter each, all are married. My father is elder brother & my mother died. I am his only daughter. Now my question is can I get a share of the property in absence of my father? Can he make a WILL in favor of my brother depriving me?
We, two cousin sisters didn't claimed so far but nor we ignored to get a share. If they invite to develop the property - do we have any say with any proposal from the Promoter?
Please help me.

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in case of a WIll the property will be distributed as par the wishes of the deceased. in the absence of any such WILL the law of succession will apply, whereby you will get an equal share
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Dear Mr. Gaurav,
Thank you for your opinion.
But as per amended Hindu succession Law (1956) amended on September 9, 2005, to provide the right to parental property for daughters as an equal right since birth.

And this is also significant that can a person make an WILL that has been inherited by succession, i.e. after death of father AND NOT BY SELF EARNED?

Please comment your valuable opinion on this.
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G.Banerjee 

 

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