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.
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?
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.
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.continue
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?
Sold agri land in 2008. Buyer,a plot promotor paid consideration but opted for registered irrrevocable POA. Later he has surrendered POA to a money lender against loan received from him. Buyer died recently. What is the legal status of the landcontinue
court directed ti maintain status quo on nature and title of property in question.
Our lawyer informed us that as per above order, court has directed us to continue farming in the agriculture land, but we cannot construct any permanent structure or change in land use (agriculture to commercial) as well as we cannot sell the property.
is it okay or something else?
I faced a cheque bounce case(CRIMINAL CASE) in year 2002.due to abroad job,i couldn't appear in court.so this case deferred as LP. Now in 2021 ,can plaintiff re start this case? I heard that cheque cases will not come under criminal case by new amendment of law.this case will treat as civil case.is this true?What will happen to non bailable warrant on this case during 2002-2003?Was it return?Can they re issue?
I would like to know whether separate WILL can be made for properties located at different places.?
Dear Experts, Please let me know if below conditions in conditional gift deed (to grandson) is appropriate and valid for immovable property in Thane, Maharashtra.
" Simultaneously with the execution of the gift deed, vacant and peaceful possession of the Schedule Property is handed over by the Donor to the Donee on the spot under the following conditions, hereafter referred as Conditions of Gift Deed, which are to be observed by Donor and Donee : (a) Donor is rightful to receive the rents from the property throughout his life. (b) Donor has right to reside in the Schedule Property throughout his life. (c) Donee, after death of the Donor, is entitled to transfer the Schedule Property as he (Donee) likes, and shall produce the death certificate of Donor to get the Schedule Property transferred in his name in support of this deed."