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arunan   07 August 2020

Can my mom do will if on dad property if we do khata on her

my father had a 30*40 site in Bangalore he died in 2019 with out doing will. Now my mother wants to get Katha on her name and she asking to sign affidavit for khata transfer. 

My doubt is will my mom can get khata on her name alone? Or BBMP should do khata on all 5members such that legal heirs 4plus my mom if khata is transferred to my mom alone can she do will to any son and is that legally accepted and pls suggest whether khata to be done on mother alone or on all legal heirs 










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R.Ranganathan (Advocate)     07 August 2020

Khata will have to be issued in the joint names of all the legal heirs. It will be a joint property when there is no Will executed by your father.

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Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     08 August 2020

All 5 legal representative of deceased are to succeed in equal share.

Your mom may bequeath her share in favour of any one after it has been transferred in her name. 

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G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     08 August 2020

Mutation can neither create nor remove the ownership rights of co-sharers.  Any of the co-sharers if undivided can mutate in his/her name as trustee.  Because the property was mutated in the name of your mother, she can not become an absolute and exclusive owner of the entire property, but her rights are confirmed to 1/5th on her own and in the capacity of trustee for all of you.  She can only deal with her own 1/5th share.

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arunan   08 August 2020

Thanks for all ur kind replies

Shashi Dhara   08 August 2020

If all children's consent then the khata mutation can be in your mothers name but it doesn't give  or create her any right over others shares.

arunan   08 August 2020

How to change revenue records in sub registrar office so that all legal heirs name appears in revenue records. 


Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     08 August 2020

Apply for mutation of the property in the name of all legal representatives of deceased titleholder.

P. Venu (Advocate)     08 August 2020

What do you mean by "revenue records in sub registrar office"? Posting suggests deeper issues. Please post complete facts.

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