Property issue – right of grandson when property transferred to son due to registered will

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    Father’s self acquired property transferred to his son through registered will. Now the question is.. does the grandson have any rights on this property?
    Indetail: Ramakrishnachari’s(father) self acquired property transferred to his son Rajkumar through registered will. Now the question is… does rajkumar’s son have any rights on this property?
    Kindly answer in detail with section of law and supporting citations related to high court and Supreme Court.
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  • #4563

    Your question is vague and does not have the necessary details.

    In any case, on the basis of the limited details made available, it can be said that once the property has already been transferred to the son, by way of the registered will, so it can be presumed that there is no dispute about the will. In such situation, once the property is transferred to the son without any encumbrances, no other person can have a right therein. During his lifetime, the son can have full rights over this property.

         


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