Features of Intestate Succession

If a person does not make a will, all heirs indicated in the law that applies to him will inherit all his assets, simultaneously, immediately on his death, in undivided shares and as tenants-in-common.

It is important to know these features. That will help to decide whether to make a will or not.

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Intestate succession to a woman’s property

If a woman dies without a will, who will inherit her properties ?

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Surviving parents, brothers and sisters

If a man dies survived by his parents, brothers and sisters, who will inherit his properties if he has not made a will?

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Surviving wife, children and parents

If a man dies survived by his wife, children or parents, who will inherit his properties if he has not made a will?

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Succession to property after death

The property of a person passes on after his death by testamentary or intestate succession.  This happens by law.

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Must I make a will?

Why must I make a will? Will it avoid disputes? Will it avoid getting court orders about my properties after me?

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Nominations

Making nominations allows easy administration of some of my assets after me.

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Lists of debts and liabilities

I must also make a list of debts and liabilities before I proceed to making a will.

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A woman’s property

If I am a woman, I must know what is my property if I want to make a will. Click here to read.

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Share in ‘HUF’ properties

Making a Will – 6 . Contd…

Can I tranfer my share in ‘HUF’ properties while I am alive, or to give it away in my will?

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