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Can a person make two wills for two different properties

Manish Negi (Expert) (394 Points)

14 May 2012  

can a person make two wills for two different properties situated in India. Is there any provision in this regard. Please mention.

 


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Amol Gopal Kabra (CA,CS,DISA) (Practicing CA) (8504 Points)
Replied 14 May 2012

If there are two properties situated in India, then they should be mentioned in a single will only. If two wills are made, then only second will shall be operative by law and first will shall be ineffective and shall be dealt with by the succession law. So all the properties should be covered by a single will only.

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Prerna (STudent) (63 Points)
Replied 16 May 2012

agree with amol

Mihir Manohar (CA Final - Article Assistant)   (474 Points)
Replied 25 June 2012

A lot thanks amol sir.......... but what does it exactly mean that 1st deed becomes ineffective under the succession law?


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