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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Section 260

Title : Administration when Limited Grant Expired and Still Some Part of Estate Unadministered

State : Central

Year : 1925

when a limited grant has expired, by efflux of time, or the happening of the event or contingency on which it was limited, and there is still some part of the deceased's estate unadministered, letters of administration shall be granted to those persons to .....

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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Chapter 3

Title : Alteration and Revocation of Grants

State : Central

Year : 1925

errors in names and descriptions, or in setting forth the time and place of the deceased's death or the purpose in a limited grant, may be rectified by the court and the grant of probate or letters of administration may be altered and amended accordingly. .....

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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Section 261

Title : What Errors May Be Rectified by Court

State : Central

Year : 1925

errors in names and descriptions, or in setting forth the time and place of the deceased's death or the purpose in a limited grant, may be rectified by the court and the grant of probate or letters of administration may be altered and amended accordingly. .....

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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Section 262

Title : Procedure Where Codicil Discovered After Grant of Administration with Will Annexed

State : Central

Year : 1925

if, after the grant of letters of administration with the will annexed, a codicil is discovered, it may be added to the grant on due proof and identification, and the grant may be altered and amended accordingly.

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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Section 263

Title : Revocation or Annulment for Just Cause

State : Central

Year : 1925

the grant of probate or letters of administration may be revoked or annulled for just cause. explanation.just cause shall be deemed to exist where (a) the proceedings to obtain the grant were defective in substance; or (b) the grant was obtained .....

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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Section 264

Title : Jurisdiction of District Judge in Granting and Revoking Probates, Etc.

State : Central

Year : 1925

section 264 - jurisdiction of district judge in granting and revoking probates, etc. (1) the district judge shall have jurisdiction in granting and revoking probates and letters of administration in all cases within his district. (2) except in cases to .....

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INDIAN SUCCESSION ACT, 1925 Section 266

Title : District Judge's powers as to grant of probate and administration

State : Central

Year : 1925

the district judge shall have the like powers and authority in relation to the granting of probate and letters of administration, and all matters connected therewith, as are by law vested in him in relation to any civil suit or proceeding pending in his .....

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INDIAN SUCCESSION ACT, 1925 Section 268

Title : Proceedings of District Judge's Court in relation to probate and administration

State : Central

Year : 1925

the proceedings of the court of the district judge in relation to the granting of probate and letters of administration shall, save as hereinafter otherwise provided; be regulated, so far as the circumstances of the case permit, by the code of civil .....

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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Section 270

Title : When Probate or Administration May Be Granted by District Judge

State : Central

Year : 1925

probate of the will or letters of administration to the estate of a deceased person may be granted by a district judge under the seal of his court, if it appears by a petition, verified as hereinafter provided, of the person applying for the same that the .....

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Indian Succession Act, 1925 Section 271

Title : Disposal of Application Made to Judge of District in Which Deceased Had No Fixed Abode

State : Central

Year : 1925

when the application is made to the judge of a district in which the deceased had no fixed abode at the time of his death, it shall be in the discretion of the judge to refuse, the application, if in his judgment it could be disposed of more justly or .....

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