If a Will is duly executed and registered by the owner of the property, but it disqualifies one of its legal heirs and does not give any reason for it, can that legal heir challenge the Will?

 To answer your query, the disqualified legal heir can challenge the Will as no reason has been given to disqualify him by the executant of the Will. Will can also be challenged on the ground that it was made due to undue influence, duress, or lack of mental capacity.

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