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VALIDITY OF WILL UNDER MUSLIM SHARIYA LAWVALIDITY OF WILL UNDER MUSLIM SHARIYA LAW

Property »Posted 12 Jan 2019

legal question A Married Childless Muslim person had a family of one wife and seven sisters. He was thus the only male member in the family.
Six out of seven sisters died before the above said Muslim person the Testator, who too expired some time ago.
In his Will, the Testator bequeathed his whole property and assets, in the shares of 1/8th each, to his living wife, living sister and survivors of the six deceased sisters.
QUESTION
Is the above Will valid and if not then what should be the actual distribution of the estate according to Muslim Sharia Law.
Are the survivors of deceased sisters, eligible to the share in estate? If not then what should happen to their 6/8 part of the share.

legal answer from lawyer E00019212sir go to the DJ court and show the document to the lawyer there and then take any decision.



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