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kunnappillil unnikrishnan   15 November 2018

registered will and ordinary will

what is the difference between a registered will and unregistered will?Does an unregistered will has any legal sanctity?If I execute my will on a plain paper,will it have any legal validity?


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Adv Deepak Joshi +917017821512 (Advocate)     15 November 2018

Both registered and unregistered WILL are valid.

SIVARAMAPRASAD KAPPAGANTU (Retired Manager)     16 November 2018

Will need not necessarily be registered. It can be in a white paper. But it should be Witnessed by two people whose addressed and identity proofs are recorded therein. This is to avoid future complications if Will is contested and authenticity of your signature is contested.

A. A. JOSE (LAWYER; LEGAL ADVISER/CONSULTANT& TRAINER)     16 November 2018

I fully endorse the opinion of learned expert Shri.Sivaramprasad Kappagantu.

TGK REDDI   16 November 2018

The above Replies implicitly say there's no difference between an unregistered and registered Wills.

My opinion is something like this:

A Party who moves a Court of Law with an unregistered will has to pay more Court Fee than the Court Fee to be paid by a Party who moves a Court of Law with a registered Will.

Shashi Dhara   16 November 2018

Same court fee for both registered &unregistered will.u have to prove genuiness of will.whether it is registered or unregistered is not necessary .

Shanmugam .C   17 November 2018

Advocate Mr. Sashi Dhara reply is correct.

C. Shanmugam 17-11-2018

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