If there are no class I heirs, then the estate in question devolve on the class II heirs
My maternal uncle, who was a bachelor, died without a Will. He is survived by four brothers and two sisters. One of the brothers died after his death. My uncle had a lot of shares in physical form. It has come to our notice that the brothers are selling the shares without informing my mother and aunt. Do my mother and her sister have a legal right on the shares held by my deceased uncle? Can my uncles sell the shares without the consent of the two sisters? How do the two sisters ensure that the sale proceeds that they are entitled to are given to them without court intervention?