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Shailesh Phillips (Estate Manager)     05 April 2022

Society nomination


My parents died without making a will but they had made a nomination for the apartment in which we are residing.

We as the legal heirs based on the nomination made an application to the society to transfer the said shares based on the nomination, which stated that nominee 1 50% shares Nominee B 25% shares, and Nominee C 25% shares. 

We have furnished the relevant forms of application for membership along with an indemnity bond and fees for membership.

The society has refused to transfer the shares based on the nomination, they say the shares would have to be divided equally amongst the three nominees as also we are required to out an advert in the local newspapers asking for claims to the said shares.

What is the correct procedure to be followed in the matter?

Please advise.


S. Phillips.




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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     05 April 2022

 Nomination is correct procedure. if there is a dispute among the relatives of the deceased, the Society will demand Succession Certificate from the the relatives of the deceased. 

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