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Ravi Prasad (Student)     02 December 2012

Do we need to prove a registered will before the court

We have been the beneficiaries of the registered will. One of the beneficiaries have created an unregistered will in which the entire property has been written to him. Even in that document, it is admitted that the earlier will exists. Should we prove our will or is it sufficient that we prove that the document is a created one and not authentic? Thanks in advance



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