Team Legistify | Legistify

Team Legistify
Answered on 10 Dec 2019

You can file a partition suit to claim your share in the ancestral family property. Hire a family law lawyer for your matter.Read More

Posted on 06 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

Team Legistify | Legistify

Team Legistify
Answered on 10 Dec 2019

Yes, you can get a will property drafted and registered to transfer the property in your chosen manner. Legistify can help you with the drafting and registration of Will.Read More

Posted on 08 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

Team Legistify | Legistify

Team Legistify
Answered on 02 Dec 2019

A second marriage is valid in Muslim law if the nikahnama did not contain any provision that prohibits second marriage. You can consult a criminal defence lawyer who holds experience in Muslim laws to defend your matter.Read More

Posted on 22 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

Sarthak Mehrotra | Legistify

Sarthak Mehrotra
Answered on 28 Nov 2019

In this situation, you must be able to prove in the court that your grandmother had gifted the property in your farther's name. Also, if you have possession of the property from a very long time then it will increase your chances of winning the case. As these cases take a lot of time in settling up, it is advisable that you hire an expert advocate who can represent you in the court in the best possible manner.Read More

Posted on 20 Nov 2019 | 1 Answer

Sarthak Mehrotra | Legistify

Sarthak Mehrotra
Answered on 27 Nov 2019

You can seek a divorce from your first wife and then get re-married. Looking at the facts of the case it seems that it won't be difficult for you to obtain a divorce from your wife. The other option is to have a second wife. But before marrying the second time, please ensure that your nikahanama does not mention monogamy as a necessary condition. If your nikah Nama does not mention any such condition then you can go ahead with your second marriage.Read More

Posted on 20 Nov 2019 | 1 Answer

Sarthak Mehrotra | Legistify

Sarthak Mehrotra
Answered on 21 Nov 2019

In your case, it is necessary that you hire an expert property advocate who can prove in the court that the property is your own as you have invested your money in the construction of the property. Also, you are among the legal heir's of the property and your share must be given to you. However, these cases generally take a long time to wind up, so for a speedier result, it is necessary that your case is fought in the best possible manner. Also, you can file a case of nuisance and trespass of property against your brothers to gain monetary compensation and injunction against their acts.Read More

Posted on 13 Nov 2019 | 1 Answer

Arshi Noor | Legistify

Arshi Noor
Answered on 21 Nov 2019

This essentially means that the nominee will receive and hold the property of the deceased until he is legally bound to transfer or distribute it to the legal heirs of the deceased. In 2006, in the context of a title dispute between a nominee and a legal heir, over a flat in a cooperative housing society in Kolkata, the Supreme Court plainly stated that the flat would be transferred to the nominee - but the actual ownership of the flat clearly lay with the legal heirs of the deceased.Read More

Posted on 13 Nov 2019 | 1 Answer

Sarthak Mehrotra | Legistify

Sarthak Mehrotra
Answered on 21 Nov 2019

To register such a Will, you must act within three years from the date of death of the testator. The will needs to be registered before the Sub-Registrar or the Registrar of the district court under whose jurisdiction a major part of the property lies. If the person, whose will is with the registrar, dies, any person could apply to the registrar for the opening of the cover containing the will of the deceased. However, only after the registrar is satisfied that the testator is dead, the registrar will open the cover in the presence of the applicant and provide a copy to the applicant. The original will continue to be in the custody of the registrar till a court orders the official to produce the original will. But Registration of Will is not mandatory as an unregistered Will is equally valid if it has been witnessed (2 witnesses) properly.Read More

Posted on 13 Nov 2019 | 1 Answer

Team Legistify | Legistify

Team Legistify
Answered on 19 Nov 2019

Contact the Women Cell of the local police department of the city you are in, lodging a written complaint against your parents for forcing you into a marriage for which you did not give your free consent without undue influence or force. You can file a complaint about domestic violence under the PWDV Act against any relatives, wherein the Magistrate can pass an ad-interim order restraining the respondents from forced marriage. He/she may even give directions to the SHO of the local police station for providing complete protection to the woman in distress (you) and prevent your forced marriage.Read More

Posted on 17 Nov 2019 | 1 Answer

Team Legistify | Legistify

Team Legistify
Answered on 18 Nov 2019

If there is no will, the other legal heirs can file a partition suit to claim their share from the heirs who have illegally transferred the property in their names. Consult a property lawyer in India to file a partition suit to claim your share in the ancestral property.Read More

Posted on 22 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer