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Respected Sir/Madam,

My grandfather passed away during late 80's ,he has 6 sons and 1 daughter .Now we like to transfer a property(4acres) which belonged to my grandfather in equal shares to his children .So we would like to know what is procedure and documents would be needed for transfer to his children.

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UMesh

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Re: mutation
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2015, 03:59:14 AM »
you have to do mutation of the property amongst the legal heir.

you will also need a legal heir certificate from the SDM's office to complete the formality.

the process is not complicate, yet i suggest you take the assistance of a local lawyer to complete the formalities, as you would need affidavits from all the legal Heirs
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No need to registration of your property, you can name change by mutation process. Submit death certificate of your grandfather, legal heirs certificate and title deed to the local municipality and Land Revenue Department.
-------M.Bhadra, advocate at Kolkata,9836589246

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No need to registration of your property, you can name change by mutation process. Submit death certificate of your grandfather, legal heirs certificate and title deed to the local municipality and Land Revenue Department.
-------M.Bhadra, advocate at Kolkata,9836589246

Hello Sir ,

Can you please tell me what needs to be done when out of 7 legal heir ,3 heir have expired and how that can be mutated or transferred.

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Umesh

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Re: mutation
« Reply #4 on: March 25, 2015, 05:40:39 AM »
you have to do mutation of the property amongst the legal heir.

you will also need a legal heir certificate from the SDM's office to complete the formality.

the process is not complicate, yet i suggest you take the assistance of a local lawyer to complete the formalities, as you would need affidavits from all the legal Heirs

Hello Sir ,

Can you please tell me what needs to be done when out of 7 legal heir ,3 heir have expired and how that can be mutated or transfered.

Thanks,
Umesh

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the property will get mutated on the name of their widows

 

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