Is immovable property acquired by Will same as self acquired
A willed his house Z to his son B and A died. Now B is writing his will. Does B have a right to will the property Z as he wishes or does he have to distribute Z like an ancestral property.
If B has the exclusive possession of Z. He can will it to anyone he has. There is no bar from him not to will it to anyone else. As after he gets Z from A.
He steps into the shoes of A and can dispose of Z the way he likes.
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Advocate Saket BisaaniSupreme Court, Delhi
If the Will of A is not challenged and has been acted upon then B becomes absolute owner of the property Z and consequently B can deal with the same as per his wishes.
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Advocate S P SrivastavaHigh Court, Delhi
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