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As we might have generally heard that the number of litigation cases increases, it is essential you need to have a succession certificate after the death of our close one. A succession certificate is issued to legal heirs of a deceased person. The succession certificate is issued by the civil court. To prove the fact that you are the legal hair and claim over the property of a deceased person, it is important to have a Succession certificate. Discover a revolutionary way to obtain your succession certificate online service through our friendly staffs. Expertpoint,Leading succession certificate online service provider in Chennai offer a hassle-free, secure process to get a succession certificate online, ensuring a smooth transition of assets and properties. Say goodbye to traditional bureaucracy and embrace the convenience of the digital age.
The District Court is the authority to issue a succession certificate after verifying the appropriate details and relationships. To obtain a succession certificate, a petition should be prepared and filed in the district court in the jurisdiction. The relevant jurisdiction of the district court for filing a petition is where the deceased person ordinarily resided at the time of his death. Request a consultation with our ExpertPoint legal experts today to know more!
Procedure to Obtain Succession Certificate
Step 1: Preparation of Petition
The applicant needs to prepare a petition, verify and sign the petition and submit it to the district judge in the appropriate jurisdiction after paying the appropriate court fees.
Step 2: Submission to Court
The district judge will give an opportunity for the preliminary hearing of the petition filed by the applicant/petitioner and if the petition is admitted, he shall fix a day for the final hearing in respect of the same and also send notice of the hearing to whomsoever he thinks fit.
Step 3: Grant of Certificate
After hearing all the concerned parties, the judge will decide if the applicant is within his right to apply for the succession certificate and shall grant the succession certificate to him if satisfied.
Step 4: Submission of Bond
The district judge may also require the applicant to provide a bond with one or more sureties or any other security so as to make good any possible loss arising out of the use or misuse of such certificate.
Note: The district judge may also grant an extension in respect of any debt or security that was not included in the earlier application.
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Documents Required For Succession Certificate
- The time of the death of the deceased.
- The ordinary residence of the deceased at such time of death; and if such ordinary residence is not available, the details of the property that is within the jurisdiction of the district judge to whom such an application is made.
- The family or other near relatives of the person deceased and their respective residences.
- The rights of the petitioner (applicant).
- The absence of any impediment to invalidate the grant of the certificate.
- The debts and securities in respect of which the application for such a certificate is made.