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Tapan K Mitra (Engineer )     15 September 2014

Registration of a will

Is it absolute necessary to register a will in any court or  just getting the will notarised will serve the purpose?

where should a will be registered and roughly what will b the charges or getting a will registered in  state of Gujrat?

would appreciate a simple and logical reply and suggestion from legal fraternity.

Thanks 

Tapan K Mitra



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ROHIT SHARMA (Legal Advisor )     15 September 2014

Dear Mr. Tapan Mitra,

1. Will document must be registered since it will save the benifiicary for to get the Will probated after the death of the testator. The Will can also be ordinarily be notarized but then it will need to be probated after the death of the testator.

2. Registration of the Will document can be made with the sub-registrar under whose jurisdiction the testator resides.

3. If need be to discuss further opt to have a telephonic private legal consultation with this lawyer.

4. Click my name (expert) shown in the L.H.S. margin of this reply format to get my contact details.

Regards,

Adv. Rohit Sharma.

(B.Sc. L.L.B. L.L.M.)

(M) : 0-9824047971.

Ahmedabad. Gujarat.

 

Sh S. Kumar (Other)     28 October 2014

It is not compulsory to get the Will registered. However, it is better to get it registered in the registrar office to avoid disputes in future.
 You can read more info on Registration of Will here.


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