A, a sunni, bequeaths one-third of his estate to B, one-fourth to C and one-fifth to D, A's heirs refuse their consent to the bequest. How will this refusal affect the rights accruing to B, C and D from the bequest? Would it makes any difference if the family had been governed by the Shia Law?
By Mayank ShekharPublished on 2 Feb 2023 6:07 PM GMT
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