Transfer of joint property when spouse dies without will or nomination


transfer of joint property to living spouse when one dies without will or nomination. Religion Husband catholic wife hindu.

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Dear Client,
Who has died-Wife or Husband? Further yes the living spouse had legal right to acquire the same.

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