Will drafting and Registration
A will provides for the distribution and transfer of the property of the testator after his death and hence, should always be registered. (Will registration after death). Will registration is only done in select circumstances. Will can be registered at the Office of the Sub-Registrar, established by the State governments under the Registration Act, 1908.
The will is drafted / prepared by a lawyer / legal expert.
A date is fixed for the Will registration in the Sub Registrar office.
The Government registration fee is paid.
The testator and 2 witnesses visit the sub registrar office on the fixed day for registration.
Registered will can be collected after a week.
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