One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Chennai - Advocate Sundararajan P

Advocate Sundararajan P

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LawRatoNear Madras High Court, Chennai
LawRato19 years Experience
Practice Areas
Civil, Consumer Court, Criminal, Documentation, Family, High Court, Motor Accident, Property, Supreme Court
Language(s) Spoken: English, Tamil
Advocate Sundararajan completed his post graduate law degree in the year 2004 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Civil, Criminal, Cheque Bounce, Motor Accident Claims, Family, Corporate, Consumer and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

  • Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) Chennai,
  • District Court, Chennai,
  • Family Court, Chennai,
  • Madras High Court,
  • Motor Accidents Claims Tribunal,
  • National Company Law Tribunal, Chennai,
  • National Green Tribunal, Chennai,
  • Supreme Court Of India

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Questions Answered by Advocate Sundararajan P

Q: How to transfer the property in my father's name to our family.

We were a family of 5 which includes my father, mother, sister and a brother. All of us siblings are married. My sister is married and she lives with her husband. Me and my brother lived with my father and mother for so long until both of them passed away. Unfortunately, My father nor my mother had written a will regarding the properties succession. It's been 2 years since both of my parents passed away. Due to Covid-19 and other personal issues we were unable to proceed further. So, how do we transfer the property which is registered in my father's name to us. And how to go about in this regard. What law is enforced in the case of my parent's not leaving a will before their sudden demise?We follow Islam and we don't know how inheritance laws are constructed around our religion. So could someone please guide me as to the how's and what's do be done?

Advocate Sundararajan P answered
You have to obtain a legal heir certificate from the revenue department authorities by submitting your father's death certificate and other relevant documents. They will issue a legal heirship certificate after proper verification. After getting the said certificate, all the legal heirs can settle your properties by way of a partition deed. After registering the partition deed, you can change the name in the patta and other revenue records. All the best.

Q: Property issue - Brother avoiding talks of Partition

Hello,My mother has written a registered will for her property to be shared equally by me and my brother, my brother isnt entertaining any talks of splitting the property and prolonging it as much as can by diverting topics. I have 3 queries on this 1. How do I enforce him to share my part 2. Worst case assuming this conversation of property split drags on and I were to pass away. Will my mothers will become null ? 3 . Since the conversation of partiioning is dragging on can I write a will for the property I am to inherit / myshare based on my mothers will

Advocate Sundararajan P answered
You can approach the court for executing the will which will effect the partition of property. He can't dodge or use delay tactics in the court. Writing a will for the undivided share of property will create more complications among the legal heirs. So it is advisable to approach the appropriate court for legal remedy with the help of an efficient advocate. All the best.

Q: Documents to be scrutinized with a lawyer before the purchase of prope

Dear Sir/Madam After paying the advance booking amount to purchase a property, we would like to know Sir, the necessary documents required that are to be analysed and scrutinized with a legal practitioner before we are prepared to pay the remaining booking amount and full amount in purchasing an apartment.Please clarify our doubt regarding this.

Advocate Sundararajan P answered
It is better to get a legal opinion before paying the advance. In your case you have paid the advance. You should go for a legal opinion at least now before paying the remaining amount. Go for legal opinion immediately. All the best

Q: orders given by the court yesterday i appeared once 9nly

case disposeduncontested allowedcan i file a suit against this

Advocate Sundararajan P answered
If it is an ex parte order (uncontested) passed against you, you can file a petition to set aside (cancel) the above order and reopen the case. Normal time limit is three months. Contact an efficient lawyer immediately. All the best

Q: legal heir (self acquired property)

My father bought house in his own money in 2008 and passed away 2012. My mother , grandmother(Father's mother) and my self belongs to Legal heir certificate. My grandmother died in 2020. My aunt has any rights over my father's property ?Note: after my grand mother death, we gott legal heir certificate. In that my aunt belongs to legal heir

Advocate Sundararajan P answered
After your father's death your mother, grand mother and you are the only legal heirs. After your grand mother's death only you and your mother are the only legal heirs. Your aunt cannot be a legal heir during your life time. The legal heir certificate is improper and deserved to be corrected by an order from a court.


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