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Asked by Anonymous - Feb 22, 2023Hindi
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Our house is in the name of my father and mother and i am only the child.My mother died in 1998 and my father in 2022. My father had made registered will whereby i am the beneficiary and executor. I stay in Maharashtra and got property tax transmitted in my name. Do I need to go to sub registrar office and get sale deed transmitted in my name ( or my name and my wife name) or not needed. We have two daughter . Myself and my wife will be making registered will .if i do not get property transferred in my name or myself and wife name will my daughters face any problem after we both die.

Ans: It is always better to get the property transmitted in your name with registration at the registrar's office. This will avoid difficulties for your family.
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I am male, 38 and my sister 32. Both are married. Our property in Ahmedabad was in my both parents' name(Each 50% share). My father died in 2020. He wrote an unregistered will in my name. How do I get flat transferred in my name. Is there any way to transfer flat in my name as well as in my sister's name?
Ans: It's essential to consult with a legal professional to get accurate advice tailored to your specific situation and the laws applicable in India.

Here are some general steps and considerations:

Probate of Will:

If your father left a will, the first step would typically be to probate the will. Probate is a legal process where the court validates the will and gives legal authority to the executor (you, in this case) to distribute the assets according to the terms of the will. Unregistered wills can also be probated, but the process may vary.

Legal Assistance:

Consult with a lawyer who specialises in property and inheritance laws. They can guide you through the specific steps and requirements for probating an unregistered will and transferring the property.

Transfer of Ownership:

Once the will is probated, the legal process for transferring the property into your name and your sister's name can begin. This may involve updating the property records and obtaining a new title deed.

Inheritance Laws:

Be aware of any local inheritance laws that may affect the distribution of property. In some cases, there may be legal provisions for the surviving spouse or other heirs.

Mutual Agreement:

If you and your sister both agree on the distribution as per your father's will, the process may be smoother. You might consider a family settlement deed or another legal document to formalise the agreement.

Update Property Records:

Ensure that the property records are updated with the appropriate authorities, reflecting the change in ownership. This may involve submitting the probated will and other necessary documents.

Tax Implications:

Consider any tax implications associated with the transfer of property. In some cases, there may be stamp duty or other taxes involved.

Legal Heir Certificate:

Obtain a legal heir certificate if required, as it may be necessary for certain legal procedures related to inheritance.

Remember, the specific steps and requirements can vary, and it's crucial to seek professional legal advice to ensure a smooth and legally valid transfer of the property.

Consult with a good lawyer who can guide you through the process based on the laws applicable in India.

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Sir, i have completed my bachelors (BCA) in India in an engineering college and wishes to pursue my masters in a foreign country.My family is'nt well off so iam looking into schlorships.can you suggest some courses with good scope. Also which countries are best for IT field that provide great schlorship oppurtunities.
Ans: As far as Scholarships for Abroad Universities are concerned, you should have good scores from the entrance tests (whichever will be applicable according to the University's admission criteria), good past academic records, your extra and co-curricular activities, additional certifications, your Statement of Purpose (SOP), Letter of Recommendation etc. Those who have gained work experience of a minimum 2-3 years after graduation get preference in admission.

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