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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Madras High Court Baby @ Rohini (Deceased) vs Kamalam Kumerasan on 5 August, 2015 IN THE
Madras High Court
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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
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entitled to a share in his properties according to law." 20. The second decision which dealt with . the effect ... rights in or over the properties of any person other than the parents. The legal fiction thus created places
Andhra High Court
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illegitimate child in so far as the property of the parents is concerned, thus removing the handicap under which such ... other property which has become his parents' property. If such a construction as canvassed was to be given, it would
Bombay High Court
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