My mother is a widow, planning to sell her property. But the tenant is asking for lakhs of rupees apart from advance amount to vacate the house & is harrassing my mother asking for money.By giving him notice she has tried her level best but since she is suffering from health problems she needs money by selling her property.What should she do?
I have a Market Plus 1 policy since past 2 years.. I wanna keep a track of my interests rate through the LIC website. It don’t seem like an easy task though.
Whether benefit of deduction u/s 80GG available for an assessee who gets a family pension ?
The assessee is a widow and does not have a residential property of her own or in the name of her immediate family. She lives in a rented property and has rental receipts for the same.
There is some confusion that u/s 80 GG is only available for assessees who are salaried or self-employed. Is this true ?
Is it possible to claim deduction u/s 80GG from the family pension income credited to her bank a/c during 07-08 FY particularly when family pension is taxable under the ‘income from other sources’ and not ‘head salary’?
The case is like this: a woman(A) who is spinster dies leaving two brothers, one elder and one yonger.
Elder brother also dies and has no issue, but he has a surving wife.While the property of the lady(A) is being divided between two brothers, elder brother passes away. Now in this situation can the widow also be entitled to a portion of the property of A?
i am a widow with a 17 year old daughter. my mother in law is selling her property and this will leave me without a house. what are my rights or claims to this property? the property is not ancestral.
A property settled by his father is legally to be succeeded by his wife and children. Where and how to get the certificate of legal heirs of the person at Canada?
The property is settled by the father to son while at India and later he got married. He was employed at Canada and got married to a Muslim Malaysian and had a daughter and a son. Since he too died and the legal heir certificate is to be obtained from Canada to prove the widow and the children are the legal heirs of the deceased.