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Nabeel Muhammed   24 November 2021 at 14:37

Legal heirship

Hello,

Is Voter Election ID Card is mandatory for apply Legal Heir ship Certificate in Kerala. ?

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Vasudevan   20 November 2021 at 17:59

Making will

Respected Learned Experts,
Whether the will has to be registered compulsorily? If a will is made in one's own hand writing with witness need registration? Whether such a unregistered will can be enforced as per law?

With much respect THANKS IN ANTICIPATION.

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Anonymous   20 November 2021 at 09:01

Stamp and registration charges

My father is having house which he mentioned to be given in my name in the WILL. However the witness are not willing to appear in the court. Me being the only legal heir, if forget the will then what will be the registration and stamp duty charges for transferring that property in my name.

I understand if I go with WILL then there are no charges applicable.

Kindly advice

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Karan   19 November 2021 at 19:54

How to write will for my home in fathers property.

Sir/Madam, We are 3 children to our Parents. 3 yrs back self along with my father applied Housing loan (am co-applicant) & finished the first floor (3 bhk) above my already existing father's ground floor (old 2 bhk) property -( total land area 1950Sq.ft). My elder sister and younger sisters are married and insisting for their share in my fathers property. Presently am paying the EMI for the first floor and the renowation/extention of the ground floor. Please suggest how to write the will / share the property to my sisters, if all of us has a share... Secondly if all of us has equal land share is there any legal issue will arise while selling my first floor in future?...any no objection required from my 2 sisters etc. Looking into the long term benefits/problems, kindly suggest how my father should handle the situation while writing the will/registration.
Thanking you.
with best regards,
karan

Read more at: https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/experts/on-father-property-self-paying-emi-how-to-write-will--738101.asp

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Karan   18 November 2021 at 20:37

On father property - self paying emi. how to write will..

Sir/Madam,
We are 3 children to our Parents. 3 yrs back self along with my father applied Housing loan (am co-applicant) & finished the first floor (3 bhk) above my already existing father's ground floor (old 2 bhk) property -( total land area 1950Sq.ft). My elder sister and younger sisters are married and insisting for their share in my fathers property. Presently am paying the EMI for the first floor and the renowation/extention of the ground floor.
Please suggest how to write the will / share the property to my sisters, if all of us has a share...
Secondly if all of us has equal land share is there any legal issue will arise while selling my first floor in future?...any no objection required from my 2 sisters etc.
Looking into the long term benefits/problems, kindly suggest how my father should handle the situation while writing the will/registration.
Thanking you.
with best regards,
karan

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Anonymous   18 November 2021 at 17:32

Witness of will

My Father made the will, however the two witness which has signed the WILL denies to appear in the court to give their confirmation of signature. In this scenario please advice what to be done.

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Anonymous   18 November 2021 at 14:58

Land purchased by my father when i was minor (daughter)

Dear Sir,
My query is related to a piece of land which was bought by my father in my name and he was gurdian in it, Later he started selling it by cut into the plots and just one piece of plot he hold for me, but that piece is not registered in my name, as at the time was purchase it has a khasra number later he got approved the area and plot number is been allotted. but as on date so called plot is not in my name, but the whole land was in my name initially, which is been sold off without my consent, even without my signature.
Now as on date we just had copy of Jamabandi and Property tax reciept which is still in my name,but dont have any other documents. Need your advice how can i claim that remining part of property(plot), as my financial conditions are not good and my husband has just got the kidney transplant. my father is not supporting us not even my mother too, she is also stayed with us, as my father is not giving her any basic need things nor for any medical support-she is heart patient.
I have a brother(married) but my father is not supporting him too. Father made some more properties in my mother name by selling her jewellery and took money from my nana. but he is not giving us the property papers even not allowing us to enter in those properties.
what we can do ..please suggest....Thanks in advance.

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Anonymous   18 November 2021 at 11:52

Bainanama

I made a bainanama with one buyer for sale of my house with 20% advance taken from him. The bainanama states that i am obliged to make the registration of the property within 30th Nov2021. However i am insisting my buyer to extend the Bainanama for another 3 months, since i have health issues of my mother which needs to be operated . Buyer is forcing me to complete the registration by 30th Nov and harassing me mentally. What steps i can take.Or legally can he force me to make the registration? The bainanama is done on Rs 10 Stamp paper and made notary . Please advise.

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Anonymous   17 November 2021 at 22:07

No original agreement s but only photo copy

The owner (buyer) of the property has lost the original copies of the agreements/documents (ikraarnama etc) of a cooperative society land plot but has the photo copies of these lost original documents and for sure has the original cooperative society patta that was transferred from the seller to this purchaser along with original blue colour maps. There is no JDA patta or registration done yet.
Will this owner face challenges due to the lost original documents if decides to sell this plot further? If yes, what should be done in this situation?

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Dilip Kumar Arya   17 November 2021 at 21:46

Deceased will

Can legal heirs (assume there is no Will) in the property (house) transfer the right to use of that property in favour of thier living mother (whichever way she wants to use but not sale as long as she live) but without heirs setting up a relinquishment deed upfront in favour of mother. And also get an agreement in place to dictate how that property should be distributed among remaining living heirs after Mother's demise.
I know this sounds little tricky but experts' thoughts will be appreciated.

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