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A hindu unmarried person died intestate, leaving one surviving brother and 2 sons of his eldest brother (deceased)

As all the members are from class II , I think the surviving Brother will get 50% and his eldest brother's 2 sons will get 50% to divide among them equally
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Bank will ask to submit claims against the deceased person's bank account and locker content, jointly from all three left behind legal heirs.
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Bank will accept the submission of the death Claim from the surviving brother alone, without insisting other two to join as legal heir.
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Claim against deceased amount by Class-II legal heirs'
« on: June 19, 2015, 07:21:07 AM »
A male Hindu unmarried person dies intestate  and leaves behind, one Brother and 2 sons of his eldest brother (eldest brother is dead)

As in the instant case, all the members are from class II , I think the surviving Brother will get 50% and his eldest brother's 2 sons will get 50% to divide among them equally.

To submit claim against the deceased person's bank account and locker content, whether all three can submit joint claims as legal heirs?

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Re: Claim against deceased amount by Class-II legal heirs'
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2015, 11:43:14 AM »
Considering that his father is not alive. Only the surviving brother will get the entire property of the unmarried deceased person. Elder brother's two son will not get anything. In respect of Bank account only the surviving brother can claim by getting Succession Certificate.
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