After my grandmother's demise he wanted to make property in his name which is not happening as the landlord is saying there are may complications and demanding money . Need to know what to do as my father is also not keeping to well .
Dear Sir, My Grand Father was died long ago without writing any will and my Grand Mother was also died.
Rental income from commercial complex is around Rs.5.00 lac per annum and for this purpose one partnership firm was formed with our father, three of our sisters and, brother as partners. please advise With an intention to disinherit the step son my father made a deed of gift of all his inherited property in favor of my mother, who was married 2nd time after the death of first wife. for which he was imprisoned n got relief from the supreme court..
After the death of our father entire rental income was usurped by our brother in conspiracy with one of our sister who was the partner in the firm, and not accounted the same. We are not sure whether he has unilaterally deleted our name as partner in the firm. We are three brothers and our mother is still living. Is the step son legal heir of the fathers inherited property? so i want to know does their father hold any right in the property now, as he has married some other female and also does not look after the girls too...
the entire property may be subject to testamentary succession or intestate succession if there is no will.
Orders of intestate succession: The following is an outline of the orders of succession and the shares of inheritance for heirs in different groups in India: If the deceased is a Hindu male (including Buddhists, Sikh, Jain, and all those who are not Christian, Muslim or Parsi): Class I heirs of a male Hindu who shall simultaneously inherit are: • Mother being alive (1 share) • Widow (1 share) • Living sons (1 share each) • Living daughters (1 share each) • Predeceased son having the following relations (1 share) • widow • sons • daughters – each to be equally divided.
my father died with out writing a youngest brother also widow is living i a house built by me on fathers deceased brother wants the third share in the brother never built any and husband were govt.deceased brother wife still in govt service.i built the property in which they are living.i do not object even now they continue to younger brother(alive) and deceased brother and her only daughter has signed papers in court in my widow of my deceased wants that i should gift her the house which she never built.kindly tell me what are the legal rights of my brother's widow.i again the house in which they ARE LIVING WAS NEVER BUILT BY MY DECEASED BROTHER.
HE WAS GETTNG ONLY RS 800/PM AS SALARY IN 1980, SO HE COULD NOT DREAM OF A HOUSE. NOW HIS WIDOW AND DAUGHTER INSISTING THAT THIS PORTION THEY ARE LIVING SHALL BE GIFTED TO THEM.
As i dont feel secured with my sisters what should i do with this 2 houses. Dear Sir My father had purchased a tenanted property at fort, south mumbai in the name of my grandmother .
I am roman catholic Is there any protection from intentional disinheritance from property by parents for a adult child. he has been paying the rent and working from there since 30 years.
THEY HAVE THE INTENTION TO SELL, BECAUSE IT WILL FETCH RS 50 LACS IN MARKET. now her mother in law is claiming share in my sisters husbands property. How can they claim the ownership of the left shares by their mother. Her father died sometime back leaving a will where a residential plot of land has been willed to her mother.
PL ADVISE THE LEGAL POSITION IN THIS REGARD REGARDS SATYA PALour family is a roman catholic family. kindly guide us in this matter as per indian succession act or inheritance act One of my client's mother died leaving physical shares of a particular company without selecting nominees. Now the mother wants to give everything to only one son who is her favourite.
If a predeceased son of this predeceased son leaves a widow, the living sons and living daughters each shall equally share the share of the predeceased son of the predeceased son who has one share with living sons and daughters.