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Succession Certificate

A Succession Certificate is a document issued by a competent court (civil) that certify the eligible person to be the beneficiary of a deceased person. This certificate approves the successor(s) in realizing the debts, assets and securities of the deceased person.

In the process to get the succession certificate the spouse or any children can submit a petition making the other parties ‘citee’ in the said application with a no objection certificate from them. The application needs to be submitted to the District Judges’ court in the district court where the party resides.

The District Judge can deliver the succession certificate after the vindication with the death certificate of the deceased person(s) and the names of the legal successor of the said person as per the Hindu Succession Act, 1925.

Succession Certificate is a certificate issued by the courts in India. The certificate is granted to the successor of a deceased person who has passed away intestate when he/she does not leave a legal will. The certificate provides indemnity to all persons owing such debts or liable on such securities with regard to person to whom a certificate is granted.


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Steps to Get Succession Certificate

Step 1: If you are the applicant, we will arrange a petition for you.

Step 2: You have to sign and verify the same and submit it to the District Judge in the appropriate jurisdiction after paying the appropriate court fees.

Step 3: The District Judge will go through the application and will go through the application.

Step 4: The judge will fix a day for the hearing and also send notice of the hearing to whomsoever fits it.

Step 5: After hearing the concerned parties, the judge will decide whether he/she should grant the certificate to the applicant.

Step 6: The District Judge may also need the applicant to furnish a bond with one or more guarentee or security.

The time of death of the deceased, the complete address of the deceased at the time of death, the details of the property\of the deceased, the family or other near relatives of the person deceased with their respective residences, rights of petitioner, debts and securities etc.


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