You are supposed to fill your details in our simple information form.
1. List of rights of the petitioner.
2. Death Certificate
3. Evidence of relation between the legal heir and the deceased.
4. The property, debt and securities in respect of which the certificate is made.
5. The residence proof of the relatives and family of the decease.
6. Residence proof of the deceased at the time of death.
Sometime, a court may require a bond with one or more sureties or any other security by the petitioner. This is in order to indemnify the persons who may be entitled to any part of the debt or securities.
• Present the petition in the court with the aforementioned details and documents. • On receiving the petition, the court issues a notice in the newspapers along with a notice to all the respondents for anyone to raise any objection within 45 days. • If no such objection is received the court shall grant the certificate
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