- As per law , after the death of wife , husband is having a right of claim over the property left by her.
- Since, the said property was came to your mother through a WILL , hence legally it become her self acquired property , and she was having to transfer the same to any person.
- As there was a condition in the WILL executed by your grandmother , that in the event of death of your mother , the said property would be devolve upon her sons i.e you and your brother equally.
- But , before her death you mother executed / write a WILL in favour of your father , your brother , and you before the two witnesses, hence the said WILL executed by her is legal and enforceable .
- As per law, registration of WILL is not mandatory , it it is written before the two attesting witnesses.
- Hence. now the said property left by your grandmother would be now devolve upon the three persons , to whom your mother has mentioned in her last WILL , and your father is legally a sharer into the same.
- Your brother is wrong to understand the law of the transfer of property .
- If there is dispute , then file a Probate petition after making your father & you as petitioner and your brother as respondent .
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