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In The Matter Of Goods Of Late Mahesh Prasad S/O Late Mahesh - TESTAMENTARY CASES No. 1 of 2006 [2006] RD-AH 4702 (28 February 2006)

 

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE OF ALLAHABAD

Court No.9

Testamentary Case No.1 of 2006

In the matter of the Goods of

Late Mahesh Prasad

Hon. Sunil Ambwani, J.

Heard Shri R.C. Sinha, learned counsel for the applicant, Smt. Manorama Srivastava wife of late Mahesh Prasad (hereinafter called as deceased), who died on 4.12.2003 at Allahabad.  She has prayed for Letters of Administration in respect of the assets of the deceased.  The deceased has left behind a daughter Smt. Priyanka Srivastava and two sons Shri Prashant Srivastava and Shri Prakhar Srivastava, all major.  

The deceased has left behind amounts in the Samyukt Keshetriya Gramin Bank Extension Counter Vikash Bhawan Mau   (Saving Bank Account No.107 amounting  Rs.1,75,033-00); Allahabad Bank Civil Lines Branch, Allahabad  (Saving Bank Account No.117921 amounting  Rs.1,38,200-00); State Bank of India Mamford Ganj Branch, Code No.4557  (Fixed Deposit Receipt No.SD/A/64 No.495626 amount Rs.65858/- dated 16.1.1998 payable on 16.1.2001 amounting Rs.92,539/-);  and amount in the State Bank of India, Jawahar Bhawan, Lucknow, (Saving Bank Account No.01190/032094 Balance amount Rs.13,665.15 as on 1.7.2004).

Notices were issued on 20.1.2006. The citation has been published in ''Northern Indian Patrika' and ''Amar Ujala' dated 28.1.2006 and 29.1.2006 respectively.   The affidavit of service dated 22.2.2006 has been filed on record.

Smt. Priyanka Srivastava, Shri Prashant Srivastava and Shri Prakhar Srivastava have filed their affidavits through Shri M. Rai, Advocate stating that he has no objection to the grant of Letters of Administration to their mother Smt. Manorama Srivastava.   The Registrar General has given certificate under Chapter XXX Rule 8 of the Court.  No one has filed any objections to the grant of Letters of Administration to the applicant.

The matter is treated as non-contentious.

The testamentary case is allowed.  Let the Letters of Administration be issued to the applicant on payment of Court fees to be determined by the office within two weeks and to the satisfaction of the Registrar General, High Court, after execution of the Administration Bond, to operate the Bank account and submit accounts to the Court in accordance with the Rules of the Court.

Dt.28.2.2006


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