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Offline vinpat25

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INHERITANCE OF PROPERTY
« on: November 24, 2014, 03:40:52 AM »
Hello,
I want to seek opinion on following matter,
my father in law's father had a plot which was acquired through his own earnings,before he passed away he made a will in which he mentioned that all his property should be given to his wife. When his wife died she made a will in which she gave all property ( which she got from her husband's will) to only one of his son's (brother of my father in law) and not giving anything to my father in law.
Father in law filed a case against this in court and claimed his right on the property.His point was ,as his mother didn't earn the property through her own earnings she doesn't have the right to hand over this to only one of her son's but all the siblings have equal right on the property.Now my f' in law has passed away and case is fought by mt brother in law.
Pls let me know what are the chances of his winning the case.
Thanks in advance...

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Re: INHERITANCE OF PROPERTY
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2014, 08:35:12 PM »
as long as the property was in the name of mother in law she had exclusive right to give it to anyone she wishes to.
had she died without a WILL than the property could have been distributed equally amongst all legal heirs as par succession act.

But here in your case you did not challenge the validity of the WILL hence your chance is dim
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