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Money tasks after death in family: How legal heirs can claim movable assets

Money tasks after death in family: How legal heirs can claim movable assets
Money tasks after death in family: How legal heirs can claim movable assets

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Moveable property includes bank deposits, stocks and securities, mutual funds, post office schemes, provident fund, gold, insurance maturity benefits etc. Here’s how legal claimants can get access to movable assets of the deceased.

Many assets are accumulated during one’s lifetime. These include moveable property in form bank deposits, stocks and securities, mutual funds, post office schemes, provident funds, gold and jewellery, insurance maturity benefits, vehicles and any other personal property. After one’s death, it is the legal heir who will stake claim on these assets.This can more often than not be a tedious task. If you are a legal heir, then read on to find out
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