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Manikanta   23 December 2016

Query regarding will

My great grand father(My fathers grand father) has registered his property to my grand mother(my fathers mother) she made a will that her property belongs to her daughter i.e to my aunt is that will is valid


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Kishor Mehta (CEO)     24 December 2016

If all the legal norms are satisfied while preparing and processing the Will and probate is obtained, wherever necessary, the Will is valid. Good luck, Kishor Mehta

Kumar Doab (FIN)     24 December 2016

It is believed that Grandfather and all of you are Hindu.


Kumar Doab (FIN)     24 December 2016

The property was 1st purchased by whom say: Great Grandfather? Or was it ancestarl or self earned/acquired in the hands of say: Great Grandfather? 

Confirm the nature of property. Obtain all mutation record ( e.g; fard) from concered authortiy say; Patwaari and all link documents as well. 

How did the property devolve to Grandmother? Say by gift deed?


Or Great Grandfather directly registered in the name of Grand Mother?



If the property in the hands of Grand Mohter was self acquired/absolute; then she can dispose it by a valid deed in her life e.g; WILL.

The WILL shall operate after death of testator.

If WILL is valid it shall succeed test of law.

Any WILL can be contested on valid grounds.

Show all dcos  to a very able counsel specializing in revenue/property/civil matters.




Kumar Doab (FIN)     24 December 2016

Is it the same query posted at:



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