Dear client ,
The property of Mr. Z will be inherited by his legal heirs according to the Indian Succession Act, 1925. Since X and Y both died before Mr. Z, their share of the property will pass on to their legal heirs.
In this case, X has one son A, who has died, leaving behind his son B. So, B will inherit the share of his father X.
Y has 5 sons C, D, E, F, G. Since Y died before Mr. Z, his share of the property will pass on to his legal heirs. In this case, the legal heirs of Y are his sons C, D, E, F, G.
Therefore, the property will be divided into 6 equal shares (1 share for each legal heir) and B, C, D, E, F, and G will each inherit 1/6th of the property.
Each legal heir will inherit 1/6th of the property. So, in this case, B, C, D, E, F, and G will each inherit Rs. 16.67 (100/6).
An unregistered partition of property among legal heirs may be considered valid if it is done with mutual consent and the shares are defined clearly. However, it is always advisable to get the partition deed registered to avoid any future disputes. If any legal heir has not signed the partition deed, their share may not be affected, and they may still be entitled to their share of the property as per the legal inheritance rules. Therefore, it is important to ensure that all legal heirs sign the partition deed to avoid any future disputes.