I have a situation here which I am curious to how it will play out.
Suppose I have two offsprings. Both adults. One Male and one female.
I have a property in form of a house. This is in a co-op housing society. The society nomination shows that the only nominee is the male child.
However sometime post that nomination, some differences arise and not making any changes to that society nomination, I make a will which I bequeath all of my property to wards the female child.
Can someone try and explain, what would happen in after my death in such scenarios?
Which is binding? A will or a nomination. Note that the nomination procedure is kind of where you have witnesses and something done in triplicate under some bylaw 54. ( not completely sure as to what kind of form it was 14, 15 not extactly sure)
Can someone clear this up for me.