My Grandfather got his property from his father-in-law by will which says he and his succession can use the property.
Does Grandfather has the right to give that property to anyone he wishes?
Thank for your response.
saravanan s (legal advisor) 16 June 2015
idea can be formed only after seeing the will.
richardjohnson 16 June 2015
I agree with Sarvanan. It is depend upon the will in which propert ownership described and how your grandfather can distribute his property.
Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 ) 16 June 2015
A Will is a legal declaration of the intention of the testator, with respect to his property which he desires to be carried into effect after his death.
After the death of a person, his property devolves in two ways - according to his Will i.e. testamentary, or according to the respective laws of succession.So grandfather is having rights.on it.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 17 June 2015
Well advised by experts, I agree.
Now the property in the hands of your gandfather is his self-acquired through the testamentary document of will executed by his father-in-law.
His (your grandfather's) successors shall enjoy the same, if your grandfather has died intestate without disposing of the subject property .
Adv k . mahesh (advocate) 17 June 2015
what was mentioned in the will is the point to consider because in the will if he has montioined only like he can enjoy till his life time or effects thereof absolutely means after his death he can distribute
so will copy is necessary to ascertain what words were written to give correct answer