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sugandh (student)     09 February 2010

will deed

what if a will deed is not registered..??...wud it still be a valid one..??



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Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh)     09 February 2010

It can still begot registered and even if is is not registered then also it is valid though it is to be proved before civil court.


N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     09 February 2010

Yes, agreed with RaJ. But if the will is not registered take all precautionary measures so that your will copy is in the safe hands like your Lawyer, bank etc, in case of lost.

bhavin (ADVOCATE)     10 February 2010

YES IT IS. WILL IS NOTHING BUT THE PRE ARRENGEMENT OF THE MAKER'S ASSET(MOVEABLE OR IMMOVEABLE) IT MUST CONTAIN DATE, SIGN. OF THE MAKER AND TWO WITNESSESS. SO AS PER THE LAW IT IS NOT COMPULSORY TO REGI. A WILL.

IT IS ALSO VAID IF IT IS WRITEN ON THE SIMPLE PAPER WITH MAKER'S  HANDWRITING.

sugandh (student)     10 February 2010

Wht wud be the consequences, incase an unregistered will deed is challenged, say after a decade of its being made...??..wht provision is der in d limitation act..??

Swara Devani (Practising Company Secretary )     11 February 2010

Dear Suganth

If you wish to register the will in Mumbai, there is no requirement to pay any stamp duty.

Regards

Swara Devani

Swara J. Devani & Associates, Company Secretaries

swarajdevani@gmail.com

sugandh (student)     12 February 2010

sorry swara...but i guess you dint get my quest. And its not a matter of Mumbai.

Thnx newys...:)

 


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