Will can be executed regarding his property. In case of ancestral property his undivided share can bequeathed.
Exm: A a Hindu has got share in ancestral property in partition between himself and his father. In this property his sons and daughters have got birth right. A has got undivided share in it. A can beqeath/will his undivided share only
If will has been done than also daughter is eligible for rights if not given in will ?
I have to say per incurium takes place several times in any court, reason by over looking the previous decisions and the relevant new statutes, when such happens, the party affected can move for curative by curative petition before the same court (s), judges are no fools to reject your curative applications on your sensible grounds, after all several times statutes of law makers might affect your rights senselessly you can move high lighting the facts of law read under facts base too.....
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