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satish verma (service)     19 March 2009

probate proceeding

 whether a will on a plain paper can be probated. If so whether names of all heirs of testator has to be given in probate application and notice is mandatory for them.



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satish verma (service)     19 March 2009

 whether a mohemmedan lady is not entitled to make Hibba.

n.k.sarin (advocate)     19 March 2009

Dear Satish, will on a plain paper can be probated. names and addresses of all of his heir must be given in probate application and notice is mandetory for them.

Ajay kumar singh (Advocate)     20 March 2009

Mr. Sarin has correctly advised.

Rajneesh Malhotra (Advocate)     27 March 2009

There is no need for the will to be a registered wlll, for probate..


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