14 March 2009
Make an application to the concerned authority. Attach the will/probate copy with it.The concerned authority will issue notices to the parties concerned. If no objection is filed by anyone, mutation will be effected. If anyone objects, the objection will be heard and decided. If decision goes against you, you will have to file appeal. If it goes in your favour, mutation will be effected.
25 March 2009
You should give an application to competnant authorities with the copy of will and the death certificate of deceased and by way of mutation you will get the change of name in official records.
Thank you very much for your reply.Here I have a problem,in obtaining the death certificate of Testator 'X'.The concerned Municipality lost all the old records,and says they cannot issue the certificate, because of non availability of Records.
But, i have a will written by the above 'X's, daughter & son in law (since Dead), where in they had mentioned/addressed Late In Front of 'X'. Will this document is use full in any way to prove/obtain death (Certificate in court of law ) of 'X'.
In your case you did not specified that the property was belong to X or his daughter and son. Beacuse Will executed in favour you by X's daughter and son in law. So you can have only death certificates of daughter and son in law. That documents are enough to change the mutation in the name of you as stated by learned frinds above.
If the property was in the name of Mr. X then you can get an endorement from the mumcipality for non avialable death certificate of X and his daughter and son.