A deceased mother(widow) leaves a registered WILL in respect to her self acquired immovable property mentioning shares to be divided among adult siblings.Situation is till date the property in question is still in mothers name in the Registrar office and in the Municipal records.Situation is one of the sibling wants to give his share to the other brother with out any consideration.Query --what is the Legal procedure for transfer of share.in the given circumstances Can he write a WIll?
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Below is the draft of a will, which I have complied after gathering information from online platforms. Kindly check and suggest if corrections are required.
There is one question from my side, if answered I would be highly obliged:
Ques. Does this WILL has to be printed on a stamp paper or just a plain good quality paper would be enough?
Thanks, in anticipation
With Warm Regards
This is the last Will and testament made at ……. on this …………….day of 2021 by Smt ……………………. Daughter of ……………………resident of ………..……………………………………………………… (hereinafter called the Testator).
Whereas the Testator is the sole lawful owner of immovable property .……………. …………….
Whereas the Testator out of her free will makes this final will that after her death all his rights in the said property shall go to Smt……………………………………………………… who shall be entitled to own and possess the same absolutely.
The testator declares that that is her Last WILL in respect of the said property and has been executed by her own free will. Without any force, compulsion, coercion, fraud, undue influence of allurement from anyone whatsoever. While in possession of sound health and a disposing mind and do understand the consequences of the same.
In witness whereof I, the testator has executed this Will on the day, month and year above first mentioned, in presence of the following witnesses who have attested this will in the presence of the testator.
Aadhaar No. :
1. Name :
Aadhaar No. :
2. Name :
Aadhaar No. :
Dear Sir :
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Kindly request for Strong Agreement.
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