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Can the daughter gets fathers property ?

Father deceased on 1980 and create a registered 'will' for all his property to his son.can the daughters also claim the property? The son is now asking the other daughters to sign a no objection document.
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Posted on 1st Jan, 2019
Advocate D.
Answered on 27th Jan, 2019
No. if the Property belongs to father than he can bequeathed the property through a Will to whomsoever he wants and the daughter will have no rights in the property.
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Advocate Kishan Retired
Answered on 16th Jan, 2019
Dear Sir, You may approach the Civil Court claiming a share and thus put an end to the claim made by your brother saying that the said Will is forged and created one. Please go to my Profile on this site (Myadvo) and Review and Rank me No.5 and call me for more legal advise.
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Advocate Rohan
Answered on 14th Jan, 2019
Certain Factors have to be looked into to answer your query. Firstly, whether the Property referred to in the Will was "Self Acquired" Property of the Father if yes then he can transfer/assign it to whomsoever. Also, if the property is ancestral then certain factors like death of the Father, total number of heirs etc. have to be assessed in order to give clarity on the same.
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Advocate Uma
Answered on 14th Jan, 2019
The entire facts have not been reproduced. Based on what has been mentioned in your question, has the son sought a probate for the father's Will? have the sisters claimed any rights in the father's property? Daughters have an equal right in the father's property subject to a will made by the father and the Will being granted a probate (authenticity by a District Court). Please see the facts in your case. The son must not have taken a probate in case of the Will and now is seeking his sisters NOC.
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Advocate Ankur
Answered on 4th Jan, 2019
yes the daughters can claim a share but only and only if the will is forged and fabricated.
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