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Affidavit of legal heir (Property Law)

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Author : Saikat Sen

Posted On 30 August 2012 at 16:19

Dear Sir,

Suppose a person above 60 yrs have 05 legal heirs,viz.A,B,C,D,E.The person applied for a loan to Bank,with A & B as coborrowers.The bank has a circular in which it is written that the person above 60 yrs need a major co borrower.The person submit the Notarial affidavit to Bank stating that after the death of the person as per the WILL the A & B will be the absolute owner of the property.

The affidavit is legally valid?Is it true that after the demise of the person A & B would be the absolute owner of his property?Who would be be liable for repaying the loan after the death of the person?The scanned copy of the affidavit is enclosed herewith.

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Saikat Sen


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Expert : ajay sethi

Posted On 30 August 2012 at 16:26

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was will revoked by the person while alive? . if will has not been revoked then as per will A and B would be absolute owners of property . the affidavit merely reinforces the said fact

the liablity of repayment is upon the legal heirs . in this case sinc A and B inherited property they would be libale to repay

Author : Saikat Sen

Posted On 30 August 2012 at 18:24

Dear Sir,

In this case, is it necessary to take the will as a security with the deed & land records of the person?

In this case either A & B would liable to pay the full amount of loan or A,B,C,D E all are liable to pay the liabilities.

Revokation of Will mean?

Author : Saikat Sen

Posted On 31 August 2012 at 22:08

pls. reply..........

Expert : sukanya (Joyce)

Posted On 01 September 2012 at 19:06

A & B will be liable to pay the loan-amount as they are the legal-heirs, co-borrowers along with father and also they specifically become the owner of the property as per the " will" so the owner are liable to bear the payment of loan amount. The specific affidavit is also executed by the father of A & B. so it is clear that they have to indemnify the loan payment.

Expert : sukanya (Joyce)

Posted On 01 September 2012 at 19:10

Revocation of will- means, whether the father of A & B have cancelled the will stating that the " will" will be stand cancelled or revoked then "will" cannot be enforced by law.

Author : Saikat Sen

Posted On 01 September 2012 at 21:43

May the bank will take the will along with deeds as a security?Pls. reply..

Expert : prabhakar singh

Posted On 01 September 2012 at 22:05




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