Bequest to unborn child is void if there’s no intervening life interest2 min read . Updated: 20 Aug 2019, 11:24 PM IST
- Bequest in favour of unborn child is also void if the child was not born at the time of the death of the testator
- Assuming that you are the sole living heir of your father and your sister passed away without heirs, the ancestral house will be transmitted to you by way of succession
My father wrote a Will in 2014 where he has stated that the ancestral house will belong to my unborn child. I only married last year, and my father passed away recently. I had an unmarried sister who passed away in 2015. Can I directly take control of the property and sell it? What happens in case we don’t have a child?
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