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Ravi Prasad (Student)     02 December 2012

What is the use of registering a will when it can be dispute

The common people have been under the notion that a registered will is sacrosanct. If anybody can create a unregistered document and state that the same is the last testament of the deceased and try to knock off the property, what use is then for registration? Think about the ordeal faced by the persons to prove that their registered will is the valid document and the subsequently produced document is a created one, that too when the case takes years to get decided and with huge Court fees. Even the onus of proving the document as concocted is also on the innocent people. Please advice all Indians who want to will their properties not to do so without considering the ordeals faced by their successors and even registration of their document will not make it safe.



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Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     02 December 2012

REGD WILL CANNOT BE CHALLNAGED ON THE GROUND OF LACK OF AUTHENTICITY BUT CAN BE CHALLANGED ON OTHER GROUNDS AND THE BENEFICIARY HAS RIGHT TO PROVE HIS POINT AND IS SUCCESSFUL THE WILL WILL BE EXECUTED.

 

this is the use of WILL. Ig there is no WILL the benefiary has no document which he can prove


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