How to make a Will in India.

A self-help ebook on Will.

We are what we possess. Our possessions define us. Our definitions pronounce our relations. Here is a self-help book to achieve the last aim of settlement of affairs of possession, after death, through a Will. This is a book on the subject of drafting a will.

This is a legal guide written in accordance with Indian Law but it may generally be correct for all countries following Anglo-Saxon laws. This book is intended to remove doubts and myths about Wills which are compounded by free misinformation available on the Internet either as a web page or guide-lines in pdf format.

The book is available at  Google Play Store for Android users as also Amazon Kindle for others.

Readers in India can purchase hard copy i.e. paperback of this book here.

Readers in USA can purchase hard copy i.e. paperback of this book here.

It may be noted that succession to immovable properties situated in India, shall be regulated by Indian Laws, irrespective of the domicile of such person. In other words, foreigners who own immovable assets in India, shall have to confirm to Indian Laws to make a legally competent and operative Will. This book is intended to act only as a brief introduction to the laws relating to Wills and is not intended to replace legal advice from a competent practitioner of law.

The target readers are law students and amateur beginners who wish to draft their own Will. It is however strongly advised that after drafting a Will in accordance with this book, do consult a Lawyer of your choice and get it vetted from him/her.

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Caution: This book is generally applicable to Hindus, Sikh, Jain etc. domiciled in India. Most part of this Book may not be applicable to Indian Christians, Muslims and Parsees who are governed by separate customary law in India. It also do not apply to armymen, airmen and marines who are entitled to execute privileged (oral) Wills.

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Information Technology Act, 2000.

A legal commentary on the provisions of Information Technology Act, 2000 as enacted by the Parliament of India. This statute primarily governs the law relating to Internet, Digital Communication and other such matters. This statute covers variety of new legal rights and liabilities apart from creating various authorities for enforcement of new rights and liabilities. Certain acts have been defined as offenses which are punishable with fine or imprisonment. This book, apart from the original enacted provisions of the statute also contains legal commentary on virtually every provision to assist the legal implications of each provision. Commentary also contains reference to existing case-law on the subject without confining itself to the courts of India and incorporating judicial precedents from all over the world. This is a 2006 edition (i.e. First Edition) of the book.

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