Property Will - Will Affidavit

Property Will - Will Affidavit


I, _____ son of ______ resident of ______, do hereby revoke all my previous Will, codicils and testimonies whatsoever and do hereby executed this as my last Will and Testament which has been executed by me at the age of about __ years. I am executing this Will in sound state of mind after having giving full thoughts and wishes as to how my moveable and immoveable assets should be deal with and I am therefore, making this my last Will and testament. It will take effect after my demise.

WHEREAS, I am owner in possession of ____, area measuring ___ Sq., Yards ____ consisting ____ rooms, __ store, __ kitchen, __ lobby, toilet/baths, __ drawing room and __ garage on ground floor, and the same construction on __ floor vide Deed of Conveyance bearing its document No. ____ dated ____ registered in the office of _____

AS I have now advanced in age and I am not keeping fit and not in good health and I have thought it proper to make an Will, Voluntarily while in full senses, I hereby declare that all above mentioned property are self acquired and at the time of making this Will I am in full senses. I have __ sons their named ___ and ______. ___ is the son of ____, and ____ are the sons of ____ are my grand sons. And they all grand sons my son ____ take of care me and look after me. I am very happy with their service. And I executing this Will that I will be the owner in possession of the above said property i.e. ____ till my death and after my death the said property goes in favour of my grand sons ____ son of ___ __% and _____ sons of ____ __% and my son ____ __%. That my above said grand sons and my son ___ will have no right to let out the said premises and not to use the said premises for commercial purpose.

PREVIOUSLY I had executed and got registered the Will regarding the same property vide document No. ___ dated ____ registered in the office of _____ and second Will bearing its document No. ___ dated _____ registered in the office of _____ and both the said Wills would stand cancelled /revoked as this is the last and final Will/Testament being executed by me

WHEREAS, I am anxious to make necessary arrangement in respect of the enjoyment of my assets after my life time so that unnecessary misunderstanding or dispute between my family members be avoided, therefore, I am executing this my last Will and Testament of mine of my own free Will voluntarily, without any compulsions or pressure of any person and with a sound disposing mind and declare as follows:

WHEREAS, I hereby declare that after my death my grand sons and my son _____ (mentioned above) will be the absolute and undisputed owners of the above mentioned property as per their shares.

That the property will not be sold till all the concerned parties agreed mutually. There will not be any trespassing in each other’s privacy and comfort and _______ have the right to construct ___ floor and stay there if he wishes to and no lease and renting of this property is allowed. No body is allowed to do any such activity which may disturb the peace of others. All major repairs of the house will be done by all the beneficiaries equally.
I have executed this Will on this __ day of _____ at _____ in the presence of the under mentioned two witnesses. Who have in my presence and in their presence of one another appended their signatures hereunder as witnesses to the execution of the above Will


We , the under mentioned two witnesses do hereby confirm that the above Will was executed by ______ in our presence and both of our have in his presence and in the presence of one another appended our signature to this Will as attesting witnesses.

1- ________ S/o _______ R/o _______
2- ________ S/o _______ R/o _______


_____, Advocate, ________

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