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a will not notarised or registered , then isit a valid will


My grandma has transfered her Flat to her two daughters by will ,however , this WILL was not notarized even not registered , then , how can dis daughters get d same in der name or can they transfer it...plz someone give me answer ...

 
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Advocate/Legal Consultant (rpchughadvocatesupremecourt@hotmail.com)

Will is not required to be notarised or registered. If otherwise the testator is competent then will stands, provided offcourse it is attested by two witnesses.

 
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Advocate

Yes, Adv Bharat, is absolutely right.

 
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Advocate

^^ as above

 
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Practicing Advocate/Legal Consultant/Legal Process Outsourcing 08427414792

The registration and notarization of the will is purely optional. It only requires attestation by two witnesses. The daughters, notwithstanding the will, are free to transfer their share to anyone.

 
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what are the provision in respect of will under muslim personal law?

 
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Corporate Lawyer

There is no necessity of getitng a Will registered as per Section 18 of Registration Act. That, if you feel that there can be any hurdle which may come in picture for mutation of the property in the name of beneficiaries, the beneficiaries can submit the un-registered will before the Office of Sub-Registrar of Assurances for registration of Will. That, after submisison of the sameas per section 27 of Registration Act, Sub-Registrar as per Section 36 of registration Act will call upon the persons who has acted as witnesses to the will and record their statements and register the will accordingly.


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Corporate Lawyer

There is no necessity of getitng a Will registered as per Section 18 of Registration Act. That, if you feel that there can be any hurdle which may come in picture for mutation of the property in the name of beneficiaries, the beneficiaries can submit the un-registered will before the Office of Sub-Registrar of Assurances for registration of Will. That, after submisison of the sameas per section 27 of Registration Act, Sub-Registrar as per Section 36 of registration Act will call upon the persons who has acted as witnesses to the will and record their statements and register the will accordingly.


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Corporate Lawyer

There is no necessity of getitng a Will registered as per Section 18 of Registration Act. That, if you feel that there can be any hurdle which may come in picture for mutation of the property in the name of beneficiaries, the beneficiaries can submit the un-registered will before the Office of Sub-Registrar of Assurances for registration of Will. That, after submisison of the sameas per section 27 of Registration Act, Sub-Registrar as per Section 36 of registration Act will call upon the persons who has acted as witnesses to the will and record their statements and register the will accordingly.


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