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Legal claimants of a deceassed's property
« on: March 22, 2015, 04:38:58 AM »
Dear Experts,

My Uncle expired without making a Will. He owned a Residential Property - a flat in a Coop housing society, in his own name - which he acquired by himself (not ancestral). My Grandfather had 6 Children - 3 Sons-of which my Elder Uncle has expired  & 3 Daughters-of which 1 Aunty has expired.

Now my question is - who has the right to Residential Property of my deceased Uncle - Whether his 2 Brothers or all the 5 Siblings-equally? And in case of deceased Aunty, should all her children's concent be taken for obtaining heirship certificate of the related Residential Property, or the elder one would suffice for all?

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Re: Legal claimants of a deceassed's property
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2015, 05:09:22 AM »
Dear Experts,

My Uncle expired without making a Will. He owned a Residential Property - a flat in a Coop housing society, in his own name - which he acquired by himself (not ancestral). He was Single - never married - no wife or children of his. My Grandfather had 6 Children - 3 Sons-of which my Elder Uncle has expired  & 3 Daughters-of which 1 Aunty has expired.

Now my question is - who has the right to Residential Property of my deceased Uncle - Whether his 2 Brothers or all the 5 Siblings-equally? And in case of deceased Aunty, should all her children's concent be taken for obtaining heirship certificate of the related Residential Property, or the elder one would suffice for all?

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Re: Legal claimants of a deceassed's property
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2015, 08:35:44 AM »
All siblings of the deceased uncle are legal heir.
you need legal heir certificate mentioning all siblings

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Re: Legal claimants of a deceassed's property
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2015, 09:59:04 AM »
Further to the said question - in case of deceased Aunty (1 of the 5 siblings), should all her children's concent be taken for obtaining heirship certificate of the related Residential Property, or the elder one would suffice for all?

 

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