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Anonymous

posted 7 months ago

my grand father had 4 sons. but he divided his property to his 5 grand sons. by this way one son getting any property because he has only 3 married daughters.and one has only one son...left two have 2 sons each.
0+1+2+2
it is challenged by my one uncle having only one son.my second uncle and not alive who had only 3 daughters.
is this legal wil.

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A. Yes will can be challenged.Better to consult a property professional lawyer from panel of Vidhikarya for quick action.

Ambrose Leo

Experience: 9 Year(s)

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A. Dear Sir

If is it your grand fathers self acquired property then you have no claim except his choice. Even if it is joint family property then each son get one share irrespective of children he has.

Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Experience: 33 Year(s)

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A. The questioner has to enunciate that the property stated in the will is ancestral property or self earned property.After that only we can provide solution to the questioner's doubts.

SURESH KUMAR DIVAKARAN

Experience: 26 Year(s)

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