Will under Hindu law: man; all property and estate to non family members
This document of Will is meant to be used for the testator bequeathing his self acquired moveable and immoveable properties and assets in favour of his relatives and not immediate family;
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- Plain English makes editing easy
- Guidance notes included
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About this document
This Will and Last Testament is suitable for anyone leaving his moveable and immoveable property in favour of his wider relatives, not his immediate family. The assets and property can be split in any divisions you decide. Flexible and secure to protects your interests after your death.
Simply download, print, complete and file for registration; there are no cumbersome procedures for having the Will registered.
Application and features
- All usual basic provisions to protect your interest;
- Explanatory notes regarding registration;
- Flexible to suit specific requirements.
- Compliance with laws;
- Deals with property, assets, bank accounts, jewelry, ornaments, businesses, cash etc;
- Identification by and signature of witnesses;
- Clear identification of property, assets and bank accounts as well as inheritors.
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