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Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • Yes, it wouldnt make much difference. All sons of the party in question could claim ownership on the basis of the terms of the Will. It would however depend on the terms contained in the Will and further, the Will will have to be probated from a Court of competent jurisdiction.

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    Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • Unless the Will is probated no rights flow from the same and as such unless you or your father have applied for probate of such Will, you would not be entitled to any benefits under the Will executed by the elder brother of your father. However, even if the Will is not probated, you would still have a share in the property in view of your father being one of the legal heirs of his elder brother...
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    Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • The law of succession to property would depend on your religion and the same would be governed by the concerned law of intestate succession. In the case of Hindus, the children of the sister will continue to have a share in the property even after her death.

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    Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • You will be entiteld to withdraw the monies lying in the fixed dpeosit of your father on the basis of the nomination made by him, however, if your father has died intestate then all his legal heirs will be entiteld to claim thier respective shares in the estate of the father which would include the fixed depsoits made by him.


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    Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • Financial circumstances of the legal heirs is of no relevance while distributing the assets of the father if he dies intestate.

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  • Depending on the religion of the owners, the property would come to the share of the husband and the two minor daughters (if they are hindus) and the Husband for self and as father and natural guarding of his minor daughters can execute the sale deed in your favour and can also register the same. However, it would be better to cause the Husband to obtain Letters of adminsitration from a Court o...
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