Rajiv Kapoor’s Property Settlement: Randhir Kapoor Says He Is Trying To Trace His Late Brother’s Divorce Decree: ‘Don’t Know Where He Kept It’

Yesterday, it was reported that the Bombay High Court asked Randhir Kapoor and Rima Jain to search and submit their late brother Rajiv Kapoor’s divorce decree in property case. Now, Randhir Kapoor has informed that he is trying to trace the papers

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Rajiv Kapoor’s Property Settlement: Randhir Kapoor Says He Is Trying To Trace His Late Brother’s Divorce Decree: ‘Don’t Know Where He Kept It’
Randhir Kapoor’s brother Rajiv Kapoor died intestate on February 9 this year. He passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest.  On Monday, the Bombay High Court asked Randhir Kapoor and his sister Rima Jain to submit Rajiv Kapoor’s divorce decree in a property-related case. The Bombay High Court was hearing a testamentary petition filed by Randhir Kapoor and his sister Rima Jain about letters of administration to the property of Rajiv Kapoor. The Court sought an undertaking from them that they would make reasonable efforts to find and submit the divorce decree.

Now, in a recent interview, Randhir Kapoor said that he is trying to trace Rajiv Kapoor’s divorce papers. He said that he would need the divorce papers to get the probate made. Randhir Kapoor, while speaking to IANS, said that Rajiv Kapoor used to stay in Pune and in Mumbai, and he doesn’t know where Rajiv Kapoor had kept the divorce papers. “My brother is divorced. I have got to get the probate made. For that, I need his divorce papers. He used to stay in Pune and here. I can't find it and I am tracing it. I have put a tracer on it and people are working on it. I don't know where he has kept it. He is not here," Randhir said.

According to the testamentary petition, Rajiv Kapoor had married Aarti Sabharwal in 2001, and the two got divorced in 2003.

Meanwhile, Times Of India quoted the counsel for Randhir Kapoor and Rima Jain, Advocate Sharan Jagtiani saying, “The sister and brother are the only heirs to his estate. We don’t have access to the decree of the divorce. We tried to look for it but were not able to locate it. We seek dispensation.”


 

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