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Inheritance law: Rights of legal heirs

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An interesting guide explaining the legal rights of heirs in an ancestral or a self-acquired property. Watch more videos: http://www.ndtv.com/video?yt
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usha suresh (7 months ago)
What happens to the share of property given to the mother of the deceased son after her death?
anumolu usha (1 year ago)
Is there a time limitation for a will to disclose
Akshay Soni (1 year ago)
thanks sir
Rajendra Giri (1 year ago)
married daughter right in father agriculture land in up this property this property is a govt gifted patta land father expired 2006 and mother already expired land come to Nagar Nigam area and also developed by Meerut Vikas pradhikaran and alloted to public we are 4 one brother and 3 sister
Rajshekhar Kaithi (1 year ago)
The question of the Anchor is not answered to the point
Mohan Barwaa (1 year ago)
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Christopher John (2 years ago)
If the property is self acquired the father has the right to give it to any of his sons because daughter gets rights in the family to which she is married. But her permission is still needed in the will to go to the heir, it is easier that an agreement is reached in the case of a joint hindu family that the property is a joint family property and that in the case of a sale it can be sold only to to an heir in the family for a specific amount because sentimental values exists in such property and the property does not change hands to someone outside.This can be done at the time a will is made.

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