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Some are saying that in the eye of court a document whose age is more than 30 yrs will be considered as a genuine one.
Is it true?
In one property dispute my family members created an unregistered will saying that its been written 40 yrs back.. is it be considered a genuineone in the eye of law?
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1.not true.

2.no.

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1) It cannot be implied to be genuine Will due to lapse of 30 years.

2) As it is challenged, you have to prove it to be genuine and get it probated if not already done.

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