Relinquishment deed


Hi

My close relative, settled in Chennai, has expired recently without any Will. He had purchased  different properties ( land & apartment flats)  in different cities/states in his name. Upon his death, his wife has obtained legal heir certificate from Chennai in the name of all eligible family members (wife, 2 children & mother). His old aged mother lives in Telangana and wants to giveup her share of property to the chennai settled daughter-in-law. Someone advised to execute a Relinquishment deed to transfer her share to the other family members
Kindly suggest
1. Is NOC from a share holder not enough for the mutation of property on other's name?
2. If Relinquishment deed is required, how many such deeds are required to execute, one for each property or single deed valid for multiple properties?
3. If deed is to execute in Telangana state, Is it  valid in Tamil Nadu / Andhra Pradesh   for Mutation purpose?
4. If  total properties are to be transfered on  single person's name (to one of the legal heirs), should all  other share holders combinely execute the deed?  and where to register it?
Thanks & Regards
tvrao
 
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The advise to execute a Relinquishment deed to transfer her share to the other family members is very right. Such a deed has to be registered with the Sub-Registrar of Assurances to be legally valid and accptale for transfer of share of mother to her daughter.

Adv. Ibrahim Deshmukh
202 Hamza Residency
Bandar Road, Near Panvel City Court
Panvel – New Mumbai 410206
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dear sir

thanks for the response. please clarify the below points too

If Relinquishment deed is required, how many such deeds are required to execute, one deed  for one property or single deed valid for multiple properties? 
If deed is to execute in Telangana state, Is it valid in Tamil Nadu / Andhra Pradesh for Mutation purpose?
reg
 
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