**Indian Succession Act, **Domicile **Marriage **Consanguinity **Interstate Succession **Distribution Where There are Lineal Descendants **Special. Act Info: Preamble1 - INDIAN SUCCESSION ACT, Part 1. Section1 - Short Section5 - Law regulating succession to deceased person's immovable and. Indian Succession Act, Bare Act. Indian Section Law regulating succession to deceased person's immoveable and moveable property, respectively.
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Rules in cases of Intestates other than Parsis Section Devolution of indian succession act 1925 property Section Where intestate has left widow and lineal descendants, or widow and kindred only, or widow and no kindred SectionA: Special provision where intestate has left widow indian succession act 1925 no lineal descendants Section Where intestate has left no widow, and where he has left no kindred Section Rights of widower Section Where intestate has left child or children only Section Where intestate has left no child, but grandchild or grandchildren Section Where intestate has left only great-grandchildren or remoter lineal descendants Section Where intestate leaves lineal descendants not all in same degree of kindred to him, and those through whom the more remote are descended are dead Section Rules of distribution where intestate has left no lineal descendants Section Application of certain provisions of Part to a class of wills made by Hindus, etc Section Of Wills and Codicils Section Person capable of making wills Section Will obtained by fraud, coercion or importunity Section Of the Execution of unprivileged Wills Section Of Privileged Wills Section Witness not disqualified by interest or by being executor Section Revocation of will by testator's marriage Section Of the construction of Wills Section Wording of will Section Inquiries to determine questions as to object or subject of will Section Misnomer or mi-description of object Section When words may be supplied Section Rejection of erroneous particulars in description of subject Section When part of description may not be rejected as erroneous Section Extrinsic evidence admissible in cases of patent ambiguity Section Extrinsic evidence inadmissible in case of patent ambiguity or deficiency Section Meaning of clause to be collected from entire will Section When words may be understood in restricted sense, and when in sense wider than usual Section No part rejected, if can be it reasonably construed Section Interpretation of words repeated in different parts of will Section Testator's intention to be effectuated as far as possible Section The last of two inconsistent clauses prevails Section