Succession Certificate in Karnataka
Legal Heir Certificate Procedure in Karnataka - Kavery Legal Services, Bangalore is guiding and providing legal services in getting Legal Heir Certificate/Successors of the deceased owner of either moveable or immoveable properties in Karnataka under the provisions of Indian Succession Act, 1925. We offer in preparing documentation subsequently filing before court of Law.
Our associates provide services in getting succession certificate for the immoveable properties such as Houses, House Plots, Cultivable Lands and moveables such as to claim Bank Fixed Deposits, Balances in Savings Bank, Insurances, Shares, Release of Documents, Release of Gold from Bank Lockers, to continue the loan of the deceased, to the heirs of the deceased property owner, either Class-I Legal Heirs or Class-II Legal Heirs or Class-III Legal Heirs.
We deal with the matters pertaining to Successors of Hindu, Muslims and Christian Religious
Our Associate is guiding and providing services in getting Legal Heir Certificates to our clients by approaching appropriate court and Before Administrator General of Karnataka at Bangalore to the pecuniary and territorial jurisdiction.
Muslim Law of Succession
The Muslim Law of succession is uncodified, there is no partition of inherited property. Succession opens only on the death of the ancestor, and then alone the property vests in the heirs. The Islamic Law of succession is inheritance only on the basis of sex. Women have equal right to share the property of the deceased.
Christian Law of Succession
According to Section-32 of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 the property of an intestate devolves upon the wife or husband, or upon those who are of the kindred of the deceased, in the order and according to the rules hereinafter contained. A widow will not be entitled to the provision hereby made for her if, by a valid contract made before the marriage she has been excluded from her distributive share of her husband's estate.
Succession Certificate Guide Lines
For all these and above reasons to apply for Legal Heir Certificate under the provisions of Indian Succession Act, 1925 the civil courts are only issue Legal Heir Certificates, where as the Tahsildhars are not competent to give Legal Heir Certificates and they will only competent to give Family Members Certificates to claim the dues from the government.
In Karnataka the Administrative General of Karnataka. is also competent to give Under Section-29 of Administrator General Act, 1963 as amended by the Administrator General Amendment Act No.34 of 1999 for which the if the Property value is below Rs.10,00,000/-. If the Property value is above Rs.10,00,000/- you may approach Civil Court by filing appropriate Proceedings for remedial justice.