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Praveena001 (Not Working)     29 August 2011

Will written on the ancestral property

Father wrote a will on ancestral property with no details on the property rights for his daughters.

The father had re-constructed house one of the ancestral property.

He wrote it before his time of his death, when he was suffering from cancer, almost his last stage.

He had mentioned about his health state in the will.

He died in 1991.

 

Does the "will" still have value after the "Hindu Succession Act" - Equal property to women?

 

 

Thanks in advance.



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(Guest)

Ancestral property can not be willed.All kids have equal rights.

SANJAY SHARMA (ADVOCATE IN CHARGE)     29 August 2011

ancestral property is dividable in equal share all of it sucessor/legal heirs, that may daughter or son according to hindu succession act

baldev singh chhabra (Chief Associate Advocate)     29 August 2011

The answers given by ms.kaur and mr.sharma are not as per law in the facts of the case which are mentioned by  mr. praveena.Mr. praveena , if you really wish to get the exact updated, till date, in the light of hindu succession act as on date in force, acurate legal advice, then get it instantly from legaladvicee@gmail.com whom I trust tobe an authority on the subject matter in cases of ancestral property matters and will matters. 


(Guest)
Originally posted by :baldev singh chhabra
"
The answers given by ms.kaur and mr.sharma are not as per law in the facts of the case which are mentioned by  mr. praveena.Mr. praveena , if you really wish to get the exact updated, till date, in the light of hindu succession act as on date in force, acurate legal advice, then get it instantly from legaladvicee@gmail.com whom I trust tobe an authority on the subject matter in cases of ancestral property matters and will matters. 
"

May be as i m not a lawyer but Mr baldev singh chhabra  please give your advice in this forum as I too want to know the proper answer .

Praveena001 (Not Working)     31 August 2011

Hi All, 

Thanks for the clarifications.

As Mr Utpala Kaur suggested,Mr Baldev Singh Chhabra, please do share your advice, as this can be useful for other users also.

 

baldev singh chhabra (Chief Associate Advocate)     31 August 2011

Ms.Kaur/Mr. Praveen,

All lawyers are not expert specialist in all the fields of law. Everyone has his own specialised field of legal practice. Top lawyers are those who are not gereralist but specialist in particular field of law. Say some are specialist in matrimonial matters, some are expert specialist in property matters, then, some are further expert specialist deep in property matters of ancestral property + wills. legalladvicee@gmail.com are the one who are specialists on ancestral property + wills. I have a referal group the members of which are expert in different different fields and they mostly practice only their specialised fields. I too take there benefits in their specialised field though in general I too know the subject matter but I prefer attatching specialist expert. ms. kaur, when really need comes to you, ms. kaur, you can definitely contact legalladvicee@gmail.com and they will be useful on the subject. Generalised advices you can get from me. And on present issue in hand I have already given my general advice in the forum which is , to the extent I have given, 100 % correct.


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