You will need
  • -passport
  • -statement
  • -certificate of testator's death
  • -certificate from the place of residence of the testator
  • -a document confirming the kinship with the deceased
  • -the will (if any)
  • -documents of title to immovable property
  • help BTI on the value of the property and the plan of the building or apartment
  • -extract account
  • -excerpt from the book
  • -certificate from tax inspection
  • -a certificate from housing Department
To obtain their share of inheritance, after the death of the testator to apply to the notary at the location of the most valuable part of the inheritance. Write a statement about the desire to enter into the rights of the heir and to submit documents for inherited property, the documents of the testator and proof of relationship to the testator. To do this, you should not later than within 6 months from the date of death of the testator. If this time skip, then take his share of the inheritance will be possible only in a judicial order.
After the documents are submitted to the notary, he gets the estate and after 6 months gives each heir certificate of his share of the inheritance. It needs to be registered at the registration centre and to obtain the ownership certificate. But all this happens when the heirs can agree on the division of the property peacefully.
If the heirs cannot agree among themselves, and someone believes that he laid a large share, it must submit an application to the court on the division of the inheritance among the heirs in court.
If the inheritance feature will and it contains only names, which can inherit property, it is divided among the heirs voluntarily or through the courts. If one of the heirs does not want to join the law of inheritance, he writes a letter of refusal to accept the inheritance, and indicates in whose favor to transfer his share, and if not points, then his share to be divided among all the heirs equally.
The certificate of inheritance cannot be obtained after 6 months in that case, if the light should have another heir, who was conceived during lifetime of the testator. In this situation, all the heirs are forced to wait for the outcome of childbirth, and only then to divide the inheritance.
In cases where a will is drawn up, the heirs specified in the will but not listed minors, incapable or partially capable, then they have a right to a share of inheritance, regardless of the fact that in the Testament they are not mentioned.