LAW Courses

Share on Facebook

Share on Twitter

Share on LinkedIn

Share on Email

Share More

NATARAJAN SRINIVASAN (SELF-EMPLOYED)     09 April 2012

Writing will

I need clarifications on the writing "WILL"

 

1)  Can anybody write a "WILL" about the course of action should be done after his / her demise.

2)  Is it required to be Registered.  If yes,  where it should be "Registered"

3)  How to inform to family / friends about the WILL documents.

4)  What is the validity of the WILL.  Is there any expiry date for the WILL

5)  Can individual write one or more WILL

 

Please amplify .

 

 

 



 2 Replies

Pragati (law student)     09 April 2012

Ans 1 - yes anyone can write will of his self owned property.

Ans 2 - it is not mendatory to get it ragstd....even a non rgstd will have same effect...!!

Ans 3 - he can orally inform any of his close member,keep it in his documents,can give a copy of it to his lawyer etc.

Ans 4 - there is no expiry date of a will.....a person can change his will any no of times and after his death...the last will which was made by him will prevail.

Ans 5 - the will which was written lastly will prevail.

there is no particular format for writting a will...it can be written in any form ....!!

1 Like

Rajesh Hazra (Mediator Mediation Counsel)     10 April 2012

Pragati has rightly answered the query.

2 Like

Leave a reply

Your are not logged in . Please login to post replies

Click here to Login / Register  


Related Threads


Loading

Post a Suggestion for LCI Team
Post a Legal Query