My father has given 1.18 acres land (out of his 2.25 acres property) to my sister and the document was registered accordingly in 1991
After that he has written a will - mentioning erroneously that he has given 1.25 acres to my sister (instead of 1.18) and he passed away in 1996
Now my sister is enjoying the 1.25 claims that as per the will she is the owner of the land - whereas she is having document for 1.18.
I am claiming 0.07 cents from her.
Please let me know where we both are standing
Answered on: 7/27/13, 12:19 am by Fca Prashant Chavan
Since the 1.18 acres of property is registered, the error of area made by your deceased father in the Will is meaningless. It will be deemed to read as 1.18 acres only in the eyes of law. Your claim on the 0.07 cents of the property is justified and valid.
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