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04 Oct 2018


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Inheritance disputes that cause conflicts and conflicts between relatives have always been a painful point in human society at any time. Though it has been said many times and many in this regard, the issue of inheritance is still one of the most pressing issues in the society and in the family.

There is an unwritten law in Uzbek households: the house of father must belong the youngest son! In some households where this law is not enforced, there are disagreements and contradictions among the offspring. Of course, brides often play a key role in parenting and childhood conflicts between siblings.

    Why to the youngest son?

    Sometimes parents prefer to stay with their firstborn or middle-aged son. Whether he is happy with bride’s behavior, or any other reason, he intends to take his younger son out of the house. This situation makes it almost impossible for the younger sons of the younger generation to look differently in the family of the bride. So why should a father give his home to his younger son? What is the truth about this ritual? It is true that this habit has been formed over the centuries, which has been shed deeply in the blood of our people. But can life also require a different path? Why do we always consider the house of the father as the place of the youngest son?

    Parents are more likely to care for their younger children than others, and the younger one looks differently. In most cases, the bride of younger one is choosen by parents; the daughter of a close relative or a relative who is in good relationships is considered worthy of the younger son. When they are old, the bride will do their work. Such a situation spontaneously brings parents and younger sons closer to each other than other children.

    "I know one family," said Rohatoy Akhmedova, a specialist at the mahalla "O'qchi" of Marhamat district. - Four children - two daughters and two sons remain after father as orphans. The mother raised her children to the opportunity, taught, made them comfortable, and brought them together. The elder son became a great businessman, a wealthy man. He made a dwelling house. Though the little boy who lives in the parent's house is not like his brother, but he also lives as common people.

    The rich boy prepared a room where he had all the comforts for his mother in his own house and forced his mother to come to his home. A mother who could not deny the son's wish had lived in his house for a week and then returned home, to her younger son. She told her elder son, "This is my home, my son, I used to it and if I leave this house, your dad will come into my dreams ..."

    From legislation

    Article 36 of the General Assembly states that inheritance rights were guaranteed by law. Who will be a heir? Any person may be a heir. That is, the citizens living at the time of inheritance also have the right to inherit through the will and legacy of their offspring, who were born during the lifetime of the heir and born after the inheritance. Parents, spouses, children, and even strangers may have the inheritance right.

    What is the heritage?

    Any material or non-material objects can be an object of inheritance. By giving inheritance, heirs are not only entitled to inheritance but also the obligations of the inheritor. For example: the obligation to pay the debt under the loan agreement, the obligation to pay taxes and other payments on these properties upon the successor's inheritance, after the inheritance.

    It is noteworthy that in many cases, the inheritance is, first of all, a matter of money, wealth, and so on. However, parents have inherited their children primarily of their nature, talent, biological characteristics, and debt that they can not bear in the world. Therefore, it is important to remember that the inheritor possesses not only the material but also his own responsibility.

    A testament

    In accordance with the civil code, the heirs are arbitrary or legitimate. The will is the will of a citizen to dispose of his property or his right to dispose of it in the event of his death. The consent is only made personally. That is to say, it is not allowed to make it through a representative. The consent will be valid only when proven by public notary publics. The consent is a one-stop deal, and only in the case of a dispute with the Civil courts.

    There is no specific form of representation. Even a notarial definition of a notary was not given.

    Notary, other officer confirming the will, as well as the successor shall not disclose any information relating to its content, structure, annulment or alteration before opening a succession.

    In the case of inheritance...

    If a parent did not issue a testament before death, children are entitled to a legitimate inheritance. In such a case, children should apply to the notary public where the hereditary estate or the heir is located in the last resort where the inheritance and inheritance are opened. The notary public shall issue a certificate of succession to the heirs upon submission of the documents specified in the law.

    A parent or guardian may assign all or part of his or her property to one or more persons entering into the legal succession of the inheritance, including legal entities, the state, or self-governing bodies of citizens.

    The arbitrator has the right to deprive one of the heirs of the inheritance, without disclosing one or all of the heirs of the law.

    -"The heritage issue is also a matter of our religion," says Shoirakhon Nuralieva, the city's main religious mother in Andijan. - To be fair in this regard is to see equality of children. It is narrated from Nu'mon ibn Bashir (m.A.b.p.w.h):

    "My father took me to the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and said, 'O Messenger of Allah, give witness that I have given this to No’man from my property".

    "Did you give all your boys the same way?" they said.

    "No," he said.

    "Then I won’t be witness in this" and then he said, "Does it make you happy for them all?" they said.

    "Yes," he said.

    "If so, treat everyone as one!" he said.

    In another narration it was mentioned: "Fear Allah and be just and fair among your children".

    An attitude for the heritage is the mirror of the spiritual environment in the family

    An inheritance is a large part of family relationships. Attitudes toward the heritage reflect the spiritual environment in the family. We hear about those who inherit their parcels while their parents are alive. This indicates that the roots of education in the family are not solid. Some children even give their share to their livers. They have learned a genuine human traits in the family from their parents, and they are well-aware of the science of humanity. In general, children show their parents when they grow up learning from their childhood.

   In fact, the inheritance and related conflicts are the personal desires of each family and family head. Parents can leave their children to inherit material or non-material assets left behind or deprive the child of this opportunity. But a good parent will inherit the ability of the children and the perfect man, and the children will inherit humanity, morals and kindness.



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