Siblings get estate in intestacy if parents pre-decease owner
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The Private Client team at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas shares their comments and opinions in an article in the  following Q&A which was published by the Mint Newspaper on 04th August, 2021 and the online edition of the same can be found here.

My elder brother and his wife died recently. They don’t have any children and have not left behind a Will. We were three brothers of whom now I am the sole survivor. We also have two sisters who are married. Now, who will be the successor to my late brother’s property, including movable and immovable assets?

—Name withheld on request


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Maiden name won't cause complications in property dealings
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The Private Client team at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas shares their comments and opinions in an article in the  following Q&A which was published by the Mint Newspaper on 23rd June, 2021 and the online edition of the same can be found here.

I bought a house in my name in 2007 after marriage. At that time, I had my PAN card and bank accounts in my maiden name. So, the house was registered in my maiden name. Later, I changed the name in my PAN card and bank accounts when I added my husband’s surname to my maiden name. Now, the house is registered in my maiden name, while all my documents and IDs have my husband’s surname added to my name. Will this anomaly create a complication later if I plan to sell the house or plan to bequeath it? What do I need to do to avoid this complication in future?

—Mrs Khare


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