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Ram Nivas Yadava v. Dinesh Chandra Yadava - TESTAMENTARY CASES No. 24 of 2005 [2006] RD-AH 2411 (31 January 2006)

 

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE OF ALLAHABAD

Court No.9    

Testamentary Case No.24 of 2005

In the matter of the property and credits of

Ram Niwas Yadava

Hon. Sunil Ambwani, J.

Heard Shri S.K. Bahadur, learned counsel for the applicant.  This is an application for letters of administration to administer the estate of deceased Ram Niwas Yadava, who died on 2.2.2004 lastly residing at Chak Imamun Ali (Ram Krishna Puram), Karchhana, Allahabad leaving behind him his widow Smt. Seeta Devi.  The applicant Dinesh Chandra Yadava is eldest son aged 22 years and Mahesh Yadava and Prakash Yadav second and third son aged 15 years and 13 years respectively and Km. Suneeta daughter aged 20 years.

The deceased died intestate leaving behind fixed deposits in Punjab National Bank in Allahabad Branch of Rs.60,183/-,  in Basti Gramin Bank, Mahuli Branch, Sant Kabir Nagar in Saving Bank account No.5328 of Rs.1,11,264/-, and fixed deposit in Basti Gramin Bank, Mahuli Branch, Sant Kabir Nagar of Rs.1,50,058/-.   The details of these deposits are given in Annexure No.1 providing valuation of the property of Late Ram Niwas Yadava.

The citation was  directed to be published in ''Northern India Patrika' and ''Amar Ujala', and has been so published in these two newspapers on 8.12.2005.

No one has filed objection.   Smt. Seeta Devi widow of the deceased on her behalf and as natural guardian of Mahesh Yadav and Prakash Yadav, and Km. Suneeta have filed their no objections through their Advocate Shri Prabhu Kant.

The Registrar General under Chapter XXX of the Rules of the Court has not received any information from any other High Courts or District Courts about grant of probate, of any will  or letters of administration of the properties.

No objection has been filed to the grant of letters of administration.  The matter is treated to be non-contentious.

The testamentary case is allowed.  Let letters of administration be issued to the applicant on execution of administration bonds on payment of Court fees after the Registrar General has given certificate of satisfaction of payment of Court fees.    The applicant shall, thereafter, be entitled to operate the accounts and to encash or renew the fixed deposits.   The administration bond shall enure to the benefits of all the heirs.  

Dt.31.1.2006

SP/


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