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Riya Sharma (Professional )     14 March 2016

Congrats to Kapil Chandna for being featured...

Its great to see Kapil Chandna as Featured and very proud to have you in our LCI Family...

 

Featured Member > Kapil Chandna

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Kapil Chandna , an advocate is practicing in The Supreme Court of India. His contribution towards the LCI platform is noteworthy and we are glad to have him with us for more than 4 years now.

 



 11 Replies

HARI PRASANNA DAS (KO (SBI CSP))     14 March 2016

Congrates Sir

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     14 March 2016

Congrats dear brother advocate, may many more laurels be bestowed on you

kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     15 March 2016

Hearty congratulations Kapil Sir. all the best Sir.

R.K Nanda (Advocate)     15 March 2016

dear Kapil Chandna,

congrats.

Kapil Chandna (Lawyer at Supreme Court of India)     15 March 2016

Thanks Everyone

 

Adv. Yogen Kakade (+ 91 9225510883)     16 March 2016

Adv. Kapil.. Congratulations.. I wish this is just the beginning.. Cheers

Manjaly   16 March 2016

Congratulations Kapil Chandna Sir. 

dr g balakrishnan (advocate/counsel supreme court)     19 March 2016

congrats what u did as a hat trick in SC? my dr brother?

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     20 March 2016

Congrats, Dear Kapil Chandna.

Dr. (Major) J C Vashista,

Cell # 91 8981152939

Delhi High Court

SRISHAILA.DHARANI (Advocate&consultant)     21 March 2016

Congrats and wish you all the best.

Srishaila Dharani

Advocate

Bangalore

9741425514

Nitin (Manager)     02 April 2016

Respected Members,
Section 293 of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 says 

"293. Time for grant of probate and administration.-No probate of
a will shall be granted until after the expiration of seven clear
days, and no letters of administration shall
be granted until after the expiration of fourteen clear days, from the
day of the testator or intestate's death."

It implies that after death of testator, executor of will has a time limit of 7 days/14 days but not after that. Then How u all the guys favour the time limit of 3 years or "no time limit" for probate.
Please discuss.
Regards,


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