being moral 02 May 2022
Advocate Y.K. Mehrotra (Advocate) 03 May 2022
You do not have to.worry at all. There is no outer limit to execute will.
Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate) 03 May 2022
Beneficiary of will can initiate legal proceeding anytime to take possession of bequeathed property.No time period or limitation is fixed to execute the will.
Divya Vijayan 03 May 2022
As per Section 2(h) of Indian Succession Act, 1925 provides that will is a legal declaration of the intention of a person with respect to his property, which he desires to take effect after his death. ‘Will’ is the legal declaration of a man’s intention, which he wills to be performed after his death, or an instrument by which a person makes a disposition of his property to take effect after his death.
In a Will, the testator bequeaths or leaves his property to the person or people he chooses to leave his assets/belongings. A Hindu person by way of his will can bequeath all his property. However, a member of an undivided family cannot bequeath his coparcenery interest in the family property. The property bequeathed can only be claimed upon the death of the testator, hence there is no time limit to claim the property assigned to you in the will.
Tousif Shaikh 19 May 2022