Nagendran 08 October 2017
Siddharth Srivastava (Advocate) 08 October 2017
manoj 08 October 2017
As per your query, your father executed a WILL on his self acquired property and on Ancestral property. So your father is not having right to execute a WILL on Ancestral Property. He has right only to execute WILL on self acquired property. So the WILL is invalid to the extent which he had executed a WILL on Ancestral property. The WILL executed by your father and even if it is registered before the registring authority it is not valid, the reason is on Ancestral Property all the Legal heirs are having interest in the property. So my opinion is to the extent of the Ancestral Property your father is not having right to execute the WILL.