Vijay Raj Mahajan (Advocate) 04 May 2018
No, Will or any such testamentary document is to be made individually by the owner of the whole of the property or portion of the property owned by him.
Solicitor Chirag Shah (Advocate & Solicitor) 04 May 2018
For the Jointly Held Property a person can prepare will or bequeth that property to any person to the extent of his/her share in that property. To avoid ambiguity It could be clarified in the will as the Property is Jointly held property and i have this much share whcih i am bequethig by this will.
Chirag Shah, Advocate & Solicitor
Kumar Doab (FIN) 04 May 2018
Is there any (immovable) property also?
The Co-onwers both want to dispose or just one of the co-owner want to dispose?
ANIL BATRA 04 May 2018