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Offline basavarajbk

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Rearding my property
« on: December 21, 2016, 09:16:21 AM »
I had given 75% of my property to my elder son and rest 25 % to my second son. I did not give any property to my daughter at the time of my husbands death. now my elder son died. he doesn't have any issues( son/daughter) .I gave 40% of my elder sons property to my daughter in law. making a deed of keeping rest of his property in my name. suppose i die then can my elder daughter in law claim from the property which she had given it to me through a deed?

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Re: Rearding my property
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2016, 12:01:09 PM »
There is no 'Deed of Keeping rest of property' in law. It is very clear that your elder son was owner of 75% if property and he died intestate. Hence his 75% property devolves upon his wife and mother (you). Therefore you along with your daughter in law are now owner of 37.5% undivided share. Now out of 37.7% of property, you have transferred 40% of property to your daughter in law. Therefore, present ratio of you and your daughter in law are as follows:

Daughter in Law - 37.7% + 15.6% (Approx)
Mother (You) - 22.5% (Approx)

If you have transferred 40% of entire property left by your deceased son, then you transfer is excessive.

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