Refusing an Inheritance: Document signed and stamped before a Commissioner for Oath. How credible is the document?

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asked on Sep 18, 2019 at 21:16
edited on Dec 15, 2019 at 20:51
My brother went to the Commissioner for Oath and made a statement that he does not want any share of our deceased father's property. My father did not have a will, the four children inherits his property. When the siblings wanted to sell the house, my brother did not want any part of the house and went to the Commissioner for Oath and wrote a statement that he does not want any share. How credible is this letter/statement signed and stamped by the Commissioner for Oath in Penang?

My brother is now deceased but lives behind a wife and son. Do the three siblings inherit the property? Any help is appreciated.

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answered on Sep 19, 2019 at 09:00
Where is the Letter of Administration (LA) ?

The property still cannot be sold with the "letter".
The correct procedure is to sell his share of the property ( after LA is obtained ) to one of his siblings.
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answered on Sep 19, 2019 at 19:08
Yes, we have the letter of Administration. My older sister is the Administrator. Thank you for your feedback. This is good to know, selling his share to another siblings.
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