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Vishnu P Sopanam   04 April 2020

Distribution of property to the legal heird

my father expired on 2002.The grandmother was alive when my father was died.I belong to Nair caste.In the legal heirship certificate the name of my mother.me.my sister and my grand mother's name is written.My grandmother expired in 2010.i want to know whether the property can be divided equally among the existing three legal heirs.


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pankaj verma   04 April 2020

yes....9816374011

Advocate Suneel Moudgil (Advocate)     04 April 2020

the share of grandmother shall devolve among her legal heirs i.e. her son, daughters, husband

Vishnu P Sopanam   04 April 2020

even if it is not an inherital property

Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     04 April 2020

1. YES. The Property can be mutated /transferred in EQUAL proportions in the residual Legal Heir names, as recorded in the Legal Heir Certificate.  This can be done via a Registered "Family Settlement Deed", jointly & mutually signed by all the residual Legal Heirs, with strategic clauses, relating to property distributions and other terms & conditions,

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Advocate Suneel Moudgil (Advocate)     04 April 2020

if she died intestate, yes, the share of grandmother shall devolve among her legal heirs i.e. her son, daughters, husband  


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