Owner has the unfettered right to bequeath his property to anyone
If the property is self-acquired, not ancestral, the question of taking consent from anyone does not arise
The grandfather being an owner of his property has the absolute and unfettered rights to deal with his property in the manner he wishes
A Hindu male died leaving behind a Will duly executed by him. His mother and wife are his only heirs. He does not have children. In the Will, he has bequeathed a flat he bought himself to his wife and mother as joint tenants or owners. After the death of either joint owner, will the remaining person get the entire share?