Property received through will can again be transferred to only partic
Intellectual Property »Posted 12 Jan 2019
1.My Great Grand Mother has written a will to my grand father\\\\\\\'s sister
2.My Grand Father\\\\\\\'s sister has written the will to my grand mother
3.Now my grand mother has written a will to 2nd son and 3rd son alone and not for 1st son
4.My father(1st son) is not alive
5.Religion : Hindu
Whether it is ancestoral property.
Whether my grand mother has rights to write will to any of her son though it is not her self owned property.
Whether the will written by my grand mother is vaild
What are legally possible ways from my end to claim my father\\\\\\\'s(not alive) share
1) yes.2) the will was bequest to anyone at the discretion of will creator. 3) yes.4) no. Answered by Muralikrishnan Advocate eight seven seven eight seven four zero five three four
1. No. It is no more an ancestral property.
2.yes. Your grand mother has acquired the property through a will.
3. Yes. It is valid.
4. It is not an ancestral property to claim. It is transferred through will to two others leaving your father. Hence your father had no share for you to claim any.
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sir it is not ancestral property as it is coming from lady and on the way too it is given to lady only , so it is lady property and she is free to give to any one . no share of your father sorry . yes the will is valid . as it is written by the owner the title holder .
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1. as per the property stands in the name of the grand mother it is not the ancestral property
3. it is valid
4. you pay unconditional love and affection towards your grand mother then she may cancell that earlier will and may write new will favouring you
A.P.Loganathan, Advocate, Madras High Court
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