Friday, 19 June 2015

Warasatnama or Legal Heir Certificate

Whenever a person dies he/she lefts legal heirs which include children, parents, spouse and at times siblings, distant kindred, etc.. The division of legatee of deceased is dependent upon the ascendants and descendants alive at the time of death of deceased.

There are two kinds of assets which a person usually leaves. One of them are the movable assets while the other are the immovable assets. Movable assets include bank accounts, shares, financial certificates, automobiles, etc while the immovable assets include the houses, plots, apartments, land and other similar kinds of properties.

The division of assets is not automatically possible. The legal heirs of the deceased have to file a case to obtain Legal Heir Certificate which is also called warasatnama for the distribution of immovable assets. On the other hand there is a succession certificate which is obtained in result of a case filed in the civil court.

In case of succession the legal heirs get themselves declared as successors of the deceased. Once they get such declaration they can obtain their respective shares in the movable properties of the deceased. For further queries you can contact internationallawyerinfo@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan
Inheritance Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

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