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I like to draw your kind attention on the matter of a depositor, who died intestate, leaving behind no living Class-I heirs, as the deceased was an unmarried person.

As he had no spouse or children, he stayed with deceased elder brotherís family consisting of his deceased brotherís two sons, who were both married and were having their spouse and their three sons and one daughter.

LOCKER , hired by him with a Bank in Kolkata branch, was in his single name. However, from his left over belongings we could find the locker key along with his fully completed declaration in Form SL-2, addressed to the stated Bank Branch, whereby he added the name of the only daughter of his elder brother's son, with whose family he was staying, with the power to operate the account  by her also. We could trace two copies of Form SL-2, Unfortunately, when added up daughter of his elder brother's son, aged 30 years, who is eventually the granddaughter of the deceased, the Branch stated that the name of the deceased aforesaid granddaughter, has not been incorporated in his locker agreement and there is no availability of the Form SL-2, with the Locker Agreement.

Under the circumstances, I strongly believe that the deceased who was bed-ridden for more than a year, had an intention to add the name of his grand-daughter, for which he has completed everything, but could not pass it on to the Branch authority, for recording at their end.

In the aforesaid circumstances, I request your kind guidance as to what is the lawful way to resolve the issue so that the deceased person's grand-daughter, who is staying at Bangalore and visits occasionally, may operate the Locker on her next visit.

If needed all family members/legal heirs are ready to indemnify the Bank against any consequence for the Branch action in allowing the Locker to be operated the aforesaid Grand-daughter, which was also the very specific wishes of the deceased ( deceased hirer of the Locker).

Solicit your prompt response on the requested assistance on the Locker issue.

Thanks & regards


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