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Whether court fees for succession certificate should be paid at the time of fili...

[...] ad valorem is to be paid, not on the application filed making prayer for issuance of a Succession Certificate, but on the "Certificate under Part X of the Indian Succession Act, 1925". For [...]

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Whether admissibility of agreement of sale depends on recital in said document

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When limitation to claim for adverse possession would start?

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Whether court fees for succession certificate is to be paid at the time of filin...

[...] of Indian Succession Act,1925 and Court fees, Act,1870 - requirement to pay Court fee on succession certificate application - it is not necessary that Court fee be paid while filing application for [...]

Whether court fees for succession certificate should be paid at the time of fili...

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