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5/31/21

f someone dies without a will during the Coronation period, the property will be distributed under the succession law, find out what the law says

Speaking of work:  If someone dies without a will during the Coronation period, the property will be distributed under the succession law, find out what the law says






Without a will, the whole family gets involved in a legal dispute over the distribution of property. In the absence of a will, the distribution of property is based on law. 


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In the absence of a will or testament, the division of property is governed by the law of succession in accordance with his religion. We are telling you who has the right to the property as there is no will.





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What the law says ॽ
Advocate Jitendra Samadhiya states that the Hindu Succession Act 1956 and the Hindu Succession (Research) Act, 2005 are applicable to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs. If a Hindu man dies without a will, the first right on his property will belong to the Class 1 heirs. If it is not, the property will be divided among the Class 2 heirs.





What if there is no successor in Class 1 and 2?
If there is no Class 1 or 2 heir, then a distant relative who has a blood relationship with the deceased will be the heir. If not, the deceased's property will become government property.

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Who will inherit when a woman dies?
If a Hindu woman dies without a will, the first right to her property belongs to her sons, daughters and husband. The heirs of the second husband, the heirs of the third mother or father, the heirs of the fourth father and in the absence of the mother's heir can assert their right over the property.

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What is the law in Islam?
If a Muslim dies without a will, his successors will be judged on the basis of the Muslim Personal Law. It depends on what class of Muslim he belongs to. According to Sharia law, it depends on what class the Bohri, Shia or Sunni come from.

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