In India, the inheritance of property, it governed by the law of inheritance, which originally was made in the year 1925 by the name of Indian Succession Act. Besides that the succession was also governed by the customs prevailing in various societies. So far as Hindus who are the major population of the country are concerned, a law of inheritance has been enacted in the year 1956 and now the inheritance is governed by the said law except that in case an individual has executed a ‘Will’, then inheritance shall be governed by the said ‘Will’. Recently in the year 2005, the Hindu Succession Act has been amended to the effect that the right of inheritance though was given in the original Act of 1956 to a female as well, said right has been further given in case of the ancestral property too. Therefore, we look after cases where the inheritance of property is done as per the law, both where there is no ‘Will’ as well where there is a ‘Will’ and the property is accordingly transferred in favour of such heirs as per law including the heirs who are living abroad.