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mohit (owner)     26 November 2011

Family

 

HI, My grandfather died in 1996 he has 5 son's & 2 daghters he has unregisterd will, now after 15 years has that will any value in the court 

but sir in that will only written about properties thier is no witness in that will ,can they wittness in court directly & how can we prove it wrong.



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SHAILENDRA SRIVASTAVA (MANAGING PARTNER)     28 November 2011

UNREGISTERED WILL IS HAVING NO LEGAL SANCTITY BUT IF SOMEONE IS CLAIMING HIS RIGHTS ACCORDING TO THAT WILL YOU HAVE TO FILE SUIT FOR CANCELLATION OF WILL.

Shonee Kapoor (Legal Evangelist - TRIPAKSHA)     29 November 2011

Unregistered will is a fully valid will, it is not a mandatorily registrable document.

 

Absence of witness creates some doubt avbout genuineness of the will.

 

 

Regards,

 

Shonee Kapoor

harassed.by.498a@gmail.com

Dharmesh Manjeshwar (Advocate/Lawyer)     29 November 2011

a will has to be duly executed ..... attessted by witnesses ..... it is not compulsory to get a will registered ..... if there are no witnessess to the will then the same will cast suspicion on it's due execution ....... it has value and the benefactor has just to prove it's due execution ...... whoever opposes it has just to disprove it's due execution .......


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