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There are two Schools of Hindu Laws Mitakshara and Dayabhaga according to the former, co-parcenary property is synonymous with ... this argument because the incidents of the Dayabhaga and Mitakshara Schools of Hindu Law are not to be imported while
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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both when deceased. 24. The vital distinction between Dayabhaga and Mitakshara schools of Hindu law, in the rights possessed ... incidents attached to joint Hindu family under the Mitakshara and Dayabhaga schools, it is evident that a father
Andhra High Court
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whether the parties are governed by the Dayabhaga or the Mitakshara law. The plaintiff has admitted in his deposition that ... Hindu family, migrating from a Mitakshara territory to Dayabhaga Bengal or, to be more accurate, for raising the presumption
Calcutta High Court
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separate house. If this be true, whether the Mitakshara or the Dayabhaga applies, Madan as a cousin was not entitled ... right of inheritence, according to the Mitakshara or the Dayabhaga. 10. Another instance adduced is that of Umakanta, whose property
Calcutta High Court
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Dayabhaga, Ch. XI. Is there not a third doctrine,---the doctrine of Narada? 18. This is a Mitakshara case. Jenkins ... There is no para in Mitakshara authorizing the widow to alienate as the Dayabhaga does. The Dayabhaga
Calcutta High Court
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which system of law governs this succession--the Mitakshara or the Dayabhaga. 2. The suit was brought by the appellant ... appellant, on the main question between the Mitakshara and the Dayabhaga with the judgment of the High Court, which
Calcutta High Court
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rule, applicable to families governed by the Mitakshara, that by a mere claim of partition a division of interest ... belong to the members as it does in a Dayabhaga family --in effect as tenants in common. Section 25A provides
Madras High Court
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term "Hindu undivided family" includes not only Hindu Mitakshara and Dayabhaga joint families, but also all undivided families of Hindus ... whether Makkathayam or Marumakkathayam or Aliyasanthana or Mitakshara or Dayabhaga law, but not Moplah Marumakkathayam tarwads, or other non-Hindu
Kerala High Court
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Calcutta High Court Protap Chandra Deo Dhanbal Deb vs Sri Raja Jagadish Chandra Deo ... on
Calcutta High Court
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Punjab-Haryana High Court Pritam Singh vs Assistant Controller Of Estate ... on 1 December, 1975
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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