Nikhil SHETTY 10 April 2021
kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired)) 10 April 2021
Whether the property is her self acquired or ancestral property. If it is her self acquired property, no one can object to her. If it is ancestral, all legal heirs have rights over the property. For movable properties gift deed is not necessary. So ask her to give you a Gift check.
Nikhil SHETTY 11 April 2021
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 11 April 2021
Shashi Dhara 11 April 2021
Simply take your grandmother to bank ,let she withdraw money ,you take it and disappear ,hire a taxi and send your GM to her house.do all this without knowledge to her children's.as it is money spend it within week and come back.if they quarrel file complaint against them.why u worry advocates are ready to rescue in court of law.
GANDHI MOHAN BHARATI (Pensioner) 11 April 2021
Why go to all the trouble of taking her. Take a cheque from her and deposit it in your account.
Pradipta Nath (Advocate) 11 April 2021
Better to obtain a cheque from her and secure it in your account or invest it.