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sreedhar (advocate)     04 October 2008

Forged will

Dear all,

In a case one Mr. A died leaving a will in favour of his adopted son B and the same has been registered in the year 1993. A died in the year 1996. In the meantime the tenant of the A fabricated a WILL and he registered the same in the year 1995 with a condition that he has to maintain the wife of the deceased A, after the death of the A's wife he will be the beneficiary of the will. The tenant has filed a suit for permanent injunction in the civil court and he obtained injunctin against the adopted son (Original Will Holder) not to disturb the property and he sent the old lady from the house also. In this suit we have marked the original WILL unfortunately the Plainbtiff's advocate and the respondent's advocate colluded between them and the injunction has been granted and the Judgment also silent about the original will.

In this situation the tenant demolishing the property. The suit also filed for first appeal with a delay of 8 years. How can I proove that WILL is a fabricated one. We have the marriage certificate as the evidence and it reveals his signature very clearly and it matches with the original will. Please give me appropriate solution.


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sreedhar (advocate)     04 October 2008

expecting your reply

K.C.Suresh (Advocate)     05 October 2008

You have to fight in acourt of law to prove that the will is forged. Who impersonated A in the will. Whether the signature is the same. Whether the tenent is a lady/man who had any relation with A. What was the circumstances for executing a will after the execution of a will in 1993. The collusion of advocates are a general complaint sreedhar. No Advocate will cehat his cient. So either you give all the details or meet a competent lawyer in the town.

Sankaranarayanan (Advocate)     05 October 2008

hi frd,

asper ur statement , who is the tanent and wat relation with the decessed person and his wife. u r not briefed. then if the advacate know the details fully  then his duty to get the things in the favour of his client. for that the necessery things should be produced before the court, if the client is educated then if feel to change the advocate then they can know,  pls dont  tell the lawyer  is play in the matter

Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Telangana state Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     05 October 2008

Mr. Sreedhar,

The registration of a Will denotes nothing more tha what is purports to be. The registration of a document merely shows that the doment was duly presented by the person authorised to do so and has received due publicity by the process of registration, its execution having been established by the registering authority.

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