I appreciate all of the lawyers responding to this question whole heartedly. As I am not in town now, i am unable to consult anyone in this matter. That is the reason I posted this online to know if there is any fundamental entitlement that my mother has towards this asset?
Mothers grand father assets splitted to all sons. So my grand father (mothers father) got cash/some document still exists as to how he encashed the sum.
Then my grand father (mothers father) buys land but registers it straight on his son(my mothers elder brother). This is for loan purposes.
The elder brother name is straight on the deed without ever having my grand fathers(mothers father ) name.
After elder mothers marriage and family relationships soured, my mother younger brother fights and gets hold on to the land. My mothers elder brother does a gift deed on to her younger brothers name.
The elder brother passes away.
Now younger brother is an unmarried hindu and passed away. He has registered a conditional will. This was just found and we do not know the exact contents of the will.
Things have turned out very different when the will was originally registered to the time my mother younger brother passed away. But we are very certain that the condition is asset will move to my mothers elder brother sons upon his and my grand mothers time gets over.
Now that my grand mother is still alive, as we understand the condition will cannot be executed.
My grand mother wants to change the will. We know that unless there is any clause in the will mentioned that gives the right for my mother's mother to change/amend the will, it cannot be done.
All that said, what is my mothers entitlement towards the said assets?
Does the will supersede my mothers mother wish? Now realtionships have not been same and so how can this will be changed to reflect the current state of affairs in the family?
My grand mother wishes to split the estate as one thirds between 2 sons of my mothers elder brother and 1 share to my mother.
How can my grand mother fulfill her wish, it be against the registered conditional will. Albeit, can her wish be done?
Even if the penultimate proceedings will not hold good for my mother, my grand mother or my mother does not want an easy ride for the sons of the elder bother to take away the asset so easily.
This is purely because of the way they treated the younger unmarried brother during his life time and that he did not get enough time to change the Will.
Can we atleast get a stay on the execution of the conditional will if (god forbid) my grand mother passes away?