for my daughter i have opened 1100 rs/month recuring in post office what will be the value after six years same i hve opened for my son same amount 1100 for the six years.
My maternal grandfather had 7 successors (4 daughters + 3 sons) elder son has died (in army war at kargil) leaving behind his wife n two sons. Now 2 sons 1 daughter in law and 4 daughters are there. One of the two sons left has made a house on residential plot of that ancestral property from his own earnings + Indira Awaas Fund given to his father. Now what will be the share of all successors and how will that be devided.
I am asking this on behalf of my aunt. She wants to give his grandson a present and because her daughter has always wanted a decent education for her son but she is not sure if she can afford it. My aunt wants to buy an educational insurance plan for him so she can pay for that every now and then and give her daughter some peace of mind. He is 2 yo now and we are looking for the best options. I really don’t know if this is kind of insurance or a saving account or even it can be done internationally or not. Thank you.
a person (shyam)have ancestral agricultural property from his mother. his son has any legal right to get full property after the death of his parent. when the sister(daughter of shyam) demand her share.
Is unmarried daughter eligible to get pension of her father who was pensioner p.p.o. no.
– MID/S/S/4377. teacher of Byabattarhat Adarsa Higher Secondary School,Tamluk,
West Bengal. her mother(house wife) who was family pensioner p.p.o. no.- 3574 (after father
death. dt.-24.05.2007.) now her mother died on 23.12.2008.and leaving herself as unmarried only dependent daughter, age – 46 years old?
The Girl’s father is having 3 sisters and one Brother as well.If the father doesn’t make any kind of will, then does it mean that the entire property will be entitled to the daughter alone or her father’s siblings have also right on her father’s property?Please help
One of my old aged relative was a central govt. employee who retired in mid 1975. His wife passed away due to a carcinogenic ailment. He is presently aged around 93 years, who have a son aged approx.60 yrs.old, who is a total mentally retarded with ill health and is fully dependant on his father for the last 35 years. The pernsioner is also having two younger son & daughter both married & staying in nearby area. He is staying alone with his mentally retarded son in a very shabby condition.He is having a persisting mental agony for this retarted son and want some arrangement for his crippled son before he passes away. The pensioner confides on her married daughter rather than the married son. So he wants that the family pension benefit to be passed for the maintenance of his retarded son by nominating his daughter.His financial standing otherwise is meagre for his son’s maintenance after his death. Can anyone provide detailed guidelines as to how the pensioner can make such arrangement.
Husband died leaving behind a flat, nominating his wife and minor daughter in the ratio 75:25. Accordingly society has transferred shares to the nominees. Does that give a clear title in the flat to the wife? Or does she require to execute a document of transfer to get title? Is stamp duty required to be paid & how much? Market value of flat is Rs.35 lacs.
Pl. Answer in details : I recieved family pension of my life partner. Due to remarriage it is transfered to my child who is minor . But as a guardian , i am recieving the same on behalf my child ( daughter ) 14 yrs old. can the family pension club to my indivisual income ? or minor has to file ITR ( signed by guardian) separately if family pension and arrears if any are above the IT slab limits ?
2. if pension arrears and pay arrears of last 4 years recieved after transfered to minor’s name , the whole income treated as minor’s income ? or distribute to prev. pensioner also ( like sec. 89 ) ?
Can anyone provide guidance regarding me Claims for pensioner awards in respect of a deceased Defense civil pensioner who left behind his mentally retarded elder son (Unable to earn his livelihood), a younger son who is a government servant and having his own family and a married daughter?
The original family pensioner, Late Pratime Sinha (WIFE OF PENSIONER) passed away before the pensioner on 08-06-2003. During the lifetime of the existing family pensioner (Pensionerâ€™s wife) the Pensioner submitted his request to the Pension authority, to record the payment of Family pension to his elder son after the lifetime of his wife, as his elder son is a mental patient since very long. The stated intimation in terms of Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) O.M. No. 1 (3) â€“ EV (b)/74 dated 30-09-74 circulated under D.G.O.F. letter No. 307/R/A dated 06-01-1975. was submitted by the pensioner on 11-09-1995, which was duly receipted by the HOO & the PDA on 13-10-1995
The pensioner as per the government guidelines have nominated his younger son as his nominee for the pension account to whom he wished to authorize Life Time Arrear and family pension to his mentally retarded son, on his demise. He have duly submitted his nomination in favor of his younger son to the PDA to avoid hardship to his nominee to get the pension for the living of his mentally retarded elder son.
Under the circumstances, I wish to know the exact procedure to claim the family pension in favor of the mentally retarded elder son of the recently deceased pensioner, with the nomination for payment to his nominated younger son as his natural guardian.
Any guidance will be of immense help and bear my obligation.