Question # : 146810
Answer : 146810
Published on: Jan 31, 2017
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
In case the details of the heirs are true and correct, the property of your deceased parents shall be divided into 2880 shares, after paying due rights preceding inheritance. Out of the total, each brother shall get 480 shares while each sister shall get 240 shares, while the widow of your deceased brother shall get 30 shares and the nephews (bhatijas) of the deceased bhabhi shall get 76 shares each, likewise 38 shares shall go to each niece (bhatiji) and the nephew (bhatija) which is from the present bhabhi shall get 70 shares. The Shariah division of the property of the deceased person is as follows:
This is in case, the deceased wife of your deceased brother did not leave behind anyone among her parents.
Allah knows Best!
Darul Uloom Deoband
I have a question: A man dies leaving a son,3 daughters During the lifetime of the deceased man he gave 2 acres of land to share equally between the 3 daughters, and in the family house a section for the 3 daughters Many years have passed the 3 daughters died but no distribution has not been done The land is about 20 acres the question:How shold the Shares in the house be done to the 3 daughters The 2 acres of the land for the 3 daughters how that should that be divided.
A couple (my khala and khalooo) had six children, one son (eldest) and five daughters. One daughter is mentally distorted. The father MF died when youngest daughter was not matured enough. The second last daughter was disabled. The four elders decided and transfer the house in the name of mother by signing an agreement on stamp paper......In view of all this what action would be correct. What was the actions taken wrongly earlier. In case of wrong action how it can be rectified and what action children should do to rectify.