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vikash (SPECIAL CORRES)     15 January 2022

will cancellation

How to cancel a Registered Will after the death of the person A as Person B in whose name will was given doesnt want enjoy the will


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HIRAL THAKKAR (ADVOCATE )     16 January 2022

will comes into operation after death. It cannot be cancelled. 

 

If he does not want to enjoy then other legal heirs need to adopt proper procedure for filing letter of administration with Will.

 

 

Regards

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     16 January 2022

The beneficary may not claim.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     16 January 2022

There was no such thing as "cancellation of will" after the death of the executant.  The only legal course is to relinquish his share through a registered deed to some others or register a gift or settlement deed within the co-sharers.

P. Venu (Advocate)     16 January 2022

The posting suggests deeper issues. Please post complete facts. Who are the legal heirs to the deceased? Is the beneficiary a legal heir or a total stranger?

Megha   16 January 2022

Hi,

A will cannot be cancelled once executed, whether registered or not. If a person in whose name the will is drawn doesn't wish to enjoy the property bequeathed to him, he may simply refuse to accept the property or regsiter a relinquishment deed in favour of the person he wishes to give the property.

Best regards,
Megha   


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