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rsgk75 Started The Discussion:

Hello

If a person dies with out writing a will leaving 2 major kids & a wife , what will be the normal procedure for obtaining legal ownership .

Does the birth certificate of children is a valid alternative for the same . Do the wife of the said person require any other docs to obtain the legal heir ship

The land was handed over to a builder & all formalities were completed & the allocated no of flats & shop spaces were registered to the dead person' name before the demise

Please also advice whether wife & kids Have equal share??

If so what will be the legal procedure for transfering these to any one's name

Gudak100 -  Member Since: Sep 2009
You not informed the community to which the person demised belonged. As for Hindus: Hindu Succession Act, 1956 will be applicable and for muslims personal Laws (Shariat) will be applicable in matters relating to succession and inheritance of property.

rsgk75 -  Member Since: Jun 2009
Hello Ya the death was registered in the community( Hindhu ) as well as in the taluk /city authorities . Please advice on my querries under the said circumstances

suffiyan -  Member Since: Sep 2012
High Court Bombay I am referring to Bombay Regulation Act VIII, 1827, Yes birth certificate is must share depends upon religion to which the deceased belong, its compulsory

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