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share of the claimant-wife in her parental property. At the time of marriage, she had ornaments weighing 40 sovereigns ... paid as the share of parental property of the wife. He further contended that the ornaments were not retained
Kerala High Court
- Cites 12 - Cited by 1 - Full Document
properties of the parents. According to him the properties of parents means only the self-acquired properties of the parents ... Whether within the meaning of the words "the properties of parents", the joint family or a ancestral property
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 18 - Cited by 1 -
II (2005) DMC 567
- S A Nazeer - Full Document
property cannot be held to be the exclusive property of the parents until the partition takes place between them ... share only in the separate and self-acquired property of their parents and not in the coparcenary property. In support
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 23 - Cited by 0 -
ILR 1989 KAR 2384
- K Swami - Full Document
children's rights to the property of their parents, such property rights included right to both self-acquired as well ... will be entitled only to a share in their parents' property but they cannot claim it on their own right
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 21 - Cited by 2 - Ganguly - Full Document
practical purposes including succession to the properties of their parents. According to counsel for the petitioners, if the petitioners ... limited purpose of succession to the properties of parents and not for any other purpose. This decision was rendered
Kerala High Court
- Cites 29 - Cited by 2 -
2006 (4) KLT 432
- S S Jagan - Full Document
garbed with legitimacy, cannot succeed to the ancestral property of their parents. In this respect he relied upon the decision ... normally they are entitled to inherit the properties of their parents. This was, however, not so under the Hindu
Bombay High Court
- Cites 14 - Cited by 0 -
(2000) 102 BOMLR 578
- J Patil - Full Document
gets some right by way of dowry on the parental property to which she is entitled. If dowry is abolished ... provisions that the girl has much right over her parental property as her brother. Therefore, so far as her right
Delhi High Court
- Cites 19 - Cited by 2 -
1984 CriLJ 481
- M Sharief-Ud-Din - Full Document
confer the fither in or to the property of the parent. The question whether s. 16 Hindu, Marriage Act controlled ... claim was made for succession to the property of the parents of the children born for of a void marriage
Bombay High Court
- Cites 21 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 1987 Bom 182
- Jahagirdar - Full Document
void marriage was only referable to the separate property of the parents and not coparcenary property in which the parent ... only when the property inherited is self-acquired property of the parents, but did not concern the property acquired
Madras High Court
- Cites 17 - Cited by 0 - K Sivasubramaniam - Full Document
legitimacy confers upon him a right to property of his parents, and the property to which such a child ... claim must be a separate property of the parents and not the coparcenary property in which the parents
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 14 - Cited by 0 -
II (2000) DMC 461
- Full Document
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