A Case study on IEPF Claim
WE have read a lot about unclaimed dividends and Shares being transferred to IEPF account. This means that the Indian Government has taken adequate steps to protect the interest of the investors.
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Original shareholder was a government servant. He invested most of his surplus savings in shares of various companies. He expired in the year 1998, leaving behind his wife and her mother, he also had a sister
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Original share holder expired and has left a very large estate, Shareholder died intestate (without leaving a will) and he left behind his son and wife as legal heirs.
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The shareholder was never in India. He is a foreign service officer and he got posted everywhere in the world. He, during his youth, invested in a blue-chip company.
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We have a client who is the nephew of the deceased Shareholder. This particular case is peculiar. Our client’s Aunt, Mother’s Younger Sister, Was the shareholder
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Our client had unclaimed shares in a blue chip company. During the days of paper share trading he wanted to sell some shares and handed them over to a sub broker in Trichy, TamilNadu
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There was a successful Businessman in the city of Chennai. He brought various shares in his own name and in the name if his wife. In addition, there were lot of Real Estate Properties too.They had no children.
Case Study 12
A shrewd senior level employee in a major industrial house invested in shares largely through IPO or first issue as it was called n 1980’s and 1990’s. These investments turned into sizeable value today